Pattern Design in the Context Space A Methodological Framework for Auditory Display Design
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Common practice in the design of auditory display is hardly ever based on any structured design methodology. This leaves audio being widely underused or used inappropriately and inefficiently. We analyse the current status of research in this context and develop requirements for a methodological framework for auditory display design. Based on these requirements, we have created a framework of methods to capture, transfer and apply design knowledge based on design patterns - paco ad. We present the context space as the organising principle to conceptualise the design space facilitating the matching of design knowledge with solutions and the workflow. Finally, we elaborate on how we intend to evaluate the framework and how it can be supported by tools.