Diving in the story: exploring tailoring in narrative data visualizations
ResumoEnd-User Development is a research topic aimed at empowering end-users to tailor their daily applications. With time, many researchers proposed methods, tools, taxonomies, and other approaches to enable the users and the applications to deal with unpredicted demands within software development. As the research developed, researchers started investigating the application of EUD concepts in other fields, such as data visualization. In this context, this study draws attention to the intersection of End-User Development concepts with exploratory narrative data visualization. To drive our investigation, we performed a focus group with data visualization professionals to understand how designers could employ narrative concepts and exploratory resources to allow readers to customize their story experience within the narrative. To analyze our findings, we use the semiotic theory for End-User Development. As a result, we present this analysis and drive design implications for narrative data visualizations with customizable facilities.
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