ENHANCED INTERACTION DESIGN ELEMENTS IN FULL SCREEN MODE
Publication Date: 2014-Jun-09
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An alignment cube that provides a new and improved method of aligning 3D objects to their different surfaces (axis). A radial contextual menu which allows for more intuitive interaction with features.
Enhanced interaction design elements in full screen mode
 There are several books on interaction design and principle such as:
 1. Yvonne Rogers, Helen Sharp and Jennifer Preece. Interaction Design beyond human- computer interaction 3rd Edition. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2011.
 2. Donald A. Norman. Emotional design: Why we love (or) hate everyday things. Basic Books, 2004.
 3. Patrick W. Jordan. Designing Pleasurable Products.
 4. Taylor & Fancis/Morgan Kaufmann, 2000.
 5. John J. McCarthy and Peter Wright. Technology as Experience. MIT Press, 2004.
 6. Colin Wheildon, Type & Layout: How Typography and Design Can Get Your Message Across or Get in the Way, Strathmoor Press, 1995.
 7. Lisa Graham, Gestalt Theory in Interactive Media Design, Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, v.2 n.1, 2008.
 8. William Lidwell, Kritina Holden, Jill Butler, Universal Principles of Design, Revised and Updated: 125Ways to Enhance Usability, Inuence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better Design Decisions, and Teach through Design, Rockport Publishers, 2010. J. Nielsen, Usability Engineering. Morgan Kaufmann, 1994
 An example embodiment of the present disclosure may include one or more of a method, computing device, computer-readable medium, and system for enhanced interaction design elements.
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 Implementations of various technologies will hereafter be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. It should be understood, however, that the accompanying drawings illustrate only the various implementations described herein and are not meant to limit the scope of various technologies described herein.
 Figure 1 illustrates a computer system into which implementations of various technologies and techniques described herein.
 Figures 2-3 illustrate various aspects of example embodiments of the present disclosure.
 Fig. 1 below shows components of an example of a computing system 100 and an example of a networked system 110.
 The system 100 includes one or more processors 102, memory and/or storage components 104, one or more input and/or output devices 106 and a bus 108. In an example embodiment, instructions may be stored in one or more computer-readable media (e.g., memory/storage components 104). Such instructions may be read by one or more processors (e.g., the processor(s) 102) via a communication bus (e.g., the bus 108), which may be wired or wireless. The one or more processors may execute such instructions to implement (wholly or in part) one or more attributes (e.g., as part of a method). ...