The process began with scenario-based design to create a broad use scenario from which initial user requirements and unctional requirements were derived. Functional requirements were grouped to correspond with particular user goals and the system was modelled according to Beyer and Holtzblatt’s ’user environment model’ which creates a system view from the user’s perspective. This model was then used as the basis for the user interface design for a mobile device. The design process is not yet complete so the paper presents the first phase of work to meet the needs of a specific group to search for sports footage using MPEG-7.
Keywords: MPEG-7; user-centred design; mobile video.
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