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SpaceInk: Making Space for In-Context Annotations

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Hugo Romat
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Emmanuel Pietriga
Caroline Appert

Abstract

When editing or reviewing a document, people directly overlay ink marks on content. For instance, they underline words, or circle elements in a figure. These overlay marks often accompany in-context annotations in the form of handwritten footnotes and marginalia. People tend to put annotations close to the content that elicited them, but have to compose with the often-limited whitespace. We introduce SpaceInk, a design space of pen+touch techniques that make room for in-context annotations by dynamically reflowing documents. We identify representative techniques in this design space, spanning both new ones and existing ones. We evaluate them in a user study, with results that inform the design of a prototype system. Our system lets users concentrate on capturing fleeting thoughts, streamlining the overall annotation process by enabling the fluid inverleaving of space-making gestures with freeform ink.
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hal-02286161 , version 1 (13-09-2019)

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Hugo Romat, Emmanuel Pietriga, Nathalie Henry-Riche, Ken Hinckley, Caroline Appert. SpaceInk: Making Space for In-Context Annotations. UIST 2019 - 32nd ACM User Interface Software and Technology, Oct 2019, Nouvelle-Orleans, United States. ⟨10.1145/3332165.3347934⟩. ⟨hal-02286161⟩
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