When reading about "Stahl House", Henry finds an interesting image of the house where some parts are annotated. Henry discovers that annotations are possible and feels invited to add more. He adds some annotations for testing and is able to quickly remove his own tests without affecting the existign ones. Finally, he annotates a piece of furniture to indicate it was the "tulip chair" by Eero Saarinen. Later, when going back to the article Henry feels he has made a good contribution.
The tasks explores the adding interface for annotations. It doesn't look at where this interface will exist, whether on the File page in Commons, on Wikipedia articles, or as part of an immersive annotation interface.
- Speed of adding annotations vs Information in the form of previews or search result options
- Guidance in understanding what makes a good annotation vs Control of what kind of annotation is added
- People understand basic annotating workflows like the ones seen in Facebook and Flickr.
- Seeing the interface people understand what a good annotation could be.
- Users need g