Multimedia Design. Furht, B., editor In Encyclopedia of Multimedia, pages 526–526. Springer US, 2008. 00000
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DefinitionIn designing multimedia systems, a designer combines knowledge of art, science, and technology.Any design entails creating conceptual models of artifacts that fulfill some user needs. To design good multimedia systems a designer must combine knowledge of art, science and technology of creating multimedia [1]. The Multimedia Design and Planning Pyramid (MUDPY) is a five-level model (Fig. 1), in which the level-2 comprises the project design phase [2]. Task Modeling and Storyboarding techniques, in conjunction with a Navigation structure, can be used to compile a multimedia design specification document.Multimedia Design. Figure 1.Multimedia design and planning pyramid.Specifications can include the lowest hardware and communication bandwidth required for delivering the required Quality of Service in online or networked multimedia systems. However, the main specifications relate to the task the system must perform and the type and quality of the content. ...
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	abstract = {DefinitionIn designing multimedia systems, a designer combines knowledge of art, science, and technology.Any design entails creating conceptual models of artifacts that fulfill some user needs. To design good multimedia systems a designer must combine knowledge of art, science and technology of creating multimedia [1]. The Multimedia Design and Planning Pyramid (MUDPY) is a five-level model (Fig. 1), in which the level-2 comprises the project design phase [2]. Task Modeling and Storyboarding techniques, in conjunction with a Navigation structure, can be used to compile a multimedia design specification document.Multimedia Design. Figure 1.Multimedia design and planning pyramid.Specifications can include the lowest hardware and communication bandwidth required for delivering the required Quality of Service in online or networked multimedia systems. However, the main specifications relate to the task the system must perform and the type and quality of the content. ...},
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