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Revisiting Read Wear: Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of a Footprints Scrollbar
(University of Canterbury, 2008)
In this paper, we show that people frequently return to previously-visited regions within their documents, and that scrollbars can be enhanced to ease this task. We analysed 120 days of activity logs from Microsoft Word ...
Improving Document Navigation Using Space-Filling Thumbnails
(University of Canterbury, 2005)
Space-Filling Thumbnails (SFT) is a new technique for document navigation that disposes of traditional scrollbars. SFT provides a matrix of thumbnail images, one for every page of the document, on a single screen. Pages ...
Understanding and Improving Navigation Within Electronic Documents
(University of Canterbury. Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2009)
Electronic documents form an integral part of the modern computer age---virtually all personal computers have the ability to create, store and display their content. A connection to the Internet provides users with an ...