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Describe Conceptual Models Underlying • Personal pocket-sized calendar/diary (one week to a page) • A wall calendar (one month to a page, with picture) • A wall planner (displaying the whole year) – What activities and objects are they based on? – How do these differ for each? – What metaphors have been used in the design? – Are the conceptual models understandable? Do they match different user needs? Describe Conceptual Models Underlying • An electronic personal calendar found on a personal organizer or handheld computer • A shared calendar found on the web – How do these differ from the equivalent physical artifacts? – What new functionalities have been provided? – What interface metaphors have been used? – Are the functions and metaphors well integrated? – What problems might users have with these? Why?
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