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A study on diagram design and analysis of iPhones' user interfaces

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2 Author(s)
Ouyang Lisha ; School of Fine Arts, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China ; Ningjie

The importance of intercommunication and communication is increasing, as the world is moving toward globalization. Apple Inc. (Apple), a global multinational enterprise, is dedicated to creating products that enable people of many nationalities and races to realize unlimited human-machine interaction. With simple and clear UIs, iPhones are welcomed around the world. These UIs share a kind of general graphic language that can be read by different people in different countries. Compared with texts, this graphic language can attract users in the shortest time by conveying messages in a much faster manner. Therefore, it has drawn more and more attention. Diagram design is a design method of graphic illustration that can represent text language by graph. In a word, it turns text language into graphic language. Based on visual information design, this paper studies the diagram design and analysis for iPhones' UIs.

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2011 International Conference on Image Analysis and Signal Processing

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21-23 Oct. 2011