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|Research and Design Innovations for Mobile User Experience
Kerem Rizvanoglu, Görkem Çetin.
Mobile devices allow users to remain connected with each other anytime and anywhere, but flaws and limitations in the design of mobile interfaces have often constituted frustrating obstacles to usability.
Research and Design Innovations for Mobile User Experience offers innovative design solutions for...
Framework to Enhance the Mobile User Experience of Goal Orientated Interactions
Practitioners and interaction designers cannot design, much less control, the Mobile User Experience. They can, however, design for an enhanced Mobile User Experience. This chapter aims to advance the understanding of Mobile User Experience in goal-orientated interactions by identifying the components...
Research on Mobile HCI: Taken Out of Context?
Robert Schleicher, Tilo Westermann, Benjamin Weiss, Ina Wechsung, Sebastian Möller.
This chapter addresses the issue of context-dependency in research on mobile human computer interaction (HCI) with an emphasis on large-scale field studies. Based on a general framework that includes all the factors relevant for Quality of Experience (QoE), the authors first show how context affects...
Mobile Internet in Portugal: Adoption Patterns and User Experiences
Manuel José Damásio, Sara Henriques, Inês Teixeira-Botelho, Patrícia Dias.
In contemporary society, Internet services and phones are blending into a mobile device frequently called smartphone. As a consequence, mobile Internet is having an exponential growth and new practices of mobile social networking and mobile communication are emerging, as these devices make it easier to...
Perception of Journalistic Content Printed on Paper and on an iPad Case Study: La Voz de Galicia
Antonio Sanjuán Pérez, Teresa Nozal Cantarero, Ana González Neira.
The introduction of digital tablets and the reduction in their price has meant that the newspaper publishing market has had to adapt itself to a new medium with a heretofore unseen different concept of design and use that is a hybrid between print content and a Web page. The aim of this comparative...
Experimental Research Approaches for Mobile UX in Emerging Markets
Dhaval Joshi, Raj Rath.
Mobile devices and services have changed the way people interact around the world, especially in the resource-constrained parts of developing countries. A growing number of professionals, students, and organizations show interest in understanding the user population in these regions to create solutions...
Determinants of Behavioral Intention to Mobile Banking in Arab Culture
Abdullah Rashed, Henrique M.D. Santos.
Nowadays, new tools and technologies are emerging rapidly. They are often used cross-culturally before being tested for suitability and validity. However, they would be validated to ensure that they work with all users, not just part of them. Mobile banking (as a new technology tool) has been...
Collaborative Participation in Personalized Health through Mobile Diaries
Mobile and social media tools offer new opportunities for a more user centered, socially connected, and economically sustainable healthcare systems. A major focus of this chapter is to understand how to bring users to involve in their own everyday health management through mobile narratives, and new...
Gestural Interaction with Mobile Devices Based on Magnetic Field
Kamer Ali Yüksel.
The theory of around device interaction (ADI) has recently gained a lot of attention in the field of human computer interaction (HCI). As an alternative to the classic data entry methods, such as keypads and touch screens, ADI founds a 3D user interface that extends to the peripheral area of a device....
Designing Browser-Style Augmented Reality Applications
Fatma Meawad, Ghada Ahmed.
Handheld Augmented reality (AR) is the ability of smartphones to overlay digital information on a real view (video stream) of the world using built-in sensors such as, GPS, Compass and Accelerometer. With the use of geo-tagging and location based services, information is automatically filtered whenever...
ConChi: Pattern Change Mining from Mobile Context-Aware Data
Mobile context-aware systems focus on adapting mobile service provisions to the actual user needs. They offer personalized services based on the context in which mobile users’ requests have been submitted. Since contextual information changes over time, the application of established itemset change...
Using Information Retrieval for Interaction with Mobile Devices
Kamer Ali YUKSEL.
Future's environments will be sensitive and responsive to the presence of people to support them carrying out their everyday life activities, tasks and rituals, in an easy and natural way. Such interactive spaces will use the information and communication technologies to bring the computation into the...
Public Use of Mobile Media on College Campuses1
Mobile media users are found to make public spaces their own private territories. They use mobile media to bridge their personal relationships and isolate the unwanted interactions or sounds in the public. A triangulation research method is used to understand how mobile media has been used in public...
Innovative Strategies and Approaches for End-User Computing Advancements
Ashish Dwivedi, Steve Clarke.
As the use of internet applications with client server architecture and web browsers have increased the ability to draw on information, many managers now face the challenge of making effective decisions based on this data. Integrating end users into computer environments aid in the impact, design, and...
Evaluation of Information Strategy Implementation: A Critical Approach
Yongmei Bentley, Steve Clarke.
Information strategy is often relegated to an information technology element of corporate strategy, or worse, ignored in favour of IT operational planning. This research, conducted over a five-year period, stresses the correct framing of an information strategy and its implementation. The authors...
The Value of TAM Antecedents in Global IS Development and Research
Chad S. Anderson, Said Al-Gahtani, Geoffrey Hubona.
Theoretical models are often conceived and tested in western countries. However, culture influences theoretical models, and the importance of evaluating models in non-western cultures has grown with the accelerating pace of globalization. The technology acceptance model (TAM) is no exception, and more...
In or Out: An Integrated Model of Individual Knowledge Source Choice
Yinglei Wang, Darren Meister, Peter H. Gray.
The way individuals use internal and external knowledge sources influences organizational knowledge integration, an important source of competitive advantage. Drawing on research into knowledge sourcing and consumer switching behavior, the authors develop an integrated model to understand individuals’...