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An Empirical Study of Web Interface Design on Small Display Devices

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3 Author(s)
Mei Kang Qiu ; University of Texas at Dallas ; Kang Zhang ; Maolin Huang

This paper reports an empirical study that explores the problem of finding a highly-efficient, user-friendly interface design method on small display devices. We compared three models using our PDA interface simulator: presentation optimization method, semantic conversion method, and zooming method. A controlled experiment has been carried out to identify the pros and cons of each method. The results show that of the three interface methods, the zooming method is slightly better than the semantic conversion method, while they both outperform the optimizing presentation method.

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Web Intelligence, 2004. WI 2004. Proceedings. IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on

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20-24 Sept. 2004