Icon Use by Different Language Groups: Changes in Icon Perception in Accordance with Cue Utility

Authors: McDougall, S., Forsythe, A. and Stares, L.

Editors: Costabile, M.F. and Paterno, F.

Volume: 3585

Pages: 1083-1086

Publisher: Springer

Place of Publication: Germany

Abstract:

This study shows that both icon and function label characteristics combine subtly to affect the way that individuals perceive icons. Icon users unconciously use the cues available to them: the extent to which these cues are utilised depends on the language background of the user. In order to optimise design we therefore need to know more, not only about the effects of function label characteristics, but also about how they merge with icon and user characteristics to affect usability.

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Preferred by: Sine McDougall

Icon Use by Different Language Groups: Changes in Icon Perception in Accordance with Cue Utility.

Authors: McDougall, S., Forsythe, A. and Stares, L.

Editors: Costabile, M.F. and PaternĂ², F.

Volume: 3585

Pages: 1083-1086

Publisher: Springer

https://doi.org/10.1007/11555261

Source: DBLP

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