Investigating Domain-Specific Visual Languages for Interactive Exhibitions

Andrew Stratton; Andy Dearden; Chris Bates

Quando is a visual programming tool designed to enable Cultural Heritage Practitioners (CHPs), who do not have experience of computer programming, to create program scripts for interactive exhibits for galleries and museums. This paper reports preliminary findings from a qualitative investigation of the responses of CHPs to the Quando environment. 

Type of Publication: Paper
Conference: PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference
Publication Year: 2016
Paper #: 13
TitleInvestigating Domain-Specific Visual Languages for Interactive Exhibitions
Publication TypePaper
AuthorsStratton, A, Dearden, A, Bates, C
PPIG Workshop: 
2016-09-27th