Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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Japanese designs. Both Chinese men and women preferred Chinese icons for all the icons and metaphors.

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Conclusions

The validation process concluded that there is a strong case for pan-Asian approach based on KANSEI engineering to user interface design for digital products. The process validated most of the expectations from earlier anthropological research and modified some. In doing so, significant similarities between design preferences in China and Japan were noticed as well. It should be emphasized that the results of the focus groups were qualitative, not quantitative, and therefore must be considered in the context of the entire research.


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Choong Y., G. Salvendy ( 1998), "Designs of icons for use by Chinese in mainland China". In Interacting with Computers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, (Vol. 9 #4), February 1998, pp. 417-430 Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Kurosu, M. ( 1997), "Dilemma of usability engineering". In Salvendy, G., Smith, M. , & Koubek, R. (Eds.): Design of Computing Systems: Social and Ergonomics Considerations(Vol. 2), Proc. 7th Int. Conference on Human- Computer Interaction( HCI International '97, San Francisco, USA, August 24- 29, 1997), pp. 555-558. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Prabhu, G. V., Chen, B., Bubie, W., and Koch, C. ( 1997), "Internationalization and localization for cultural diversity". In Salvendy, G., Smith, M., & Koubek,, R . (Eds.): Design of Computing Systems: Cognitive Considerations (Vol. 1), Proc. 7th Int. Conference on Human-Computer Interaction ( HCI International '97, San Francisco, USA, August 24-29, 1997), pp. 149-152. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Prabhu, G. V., and Harel, D. ( 1998), Global User Experience (GLUE): Designing for Cultural Diversity. Unpublished.

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