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Guidelines for Satisfactory Flick Performances in Touch Screen Mobile Phone
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 Title & Authors
Guidelines for Satisfactory Flick Performances in Touch Screen Mobile Phone
Kim, Huhn;
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 Abstract
The gesture 'Flick' is the most fundamental and important part for efficient interactions in the touch screen that are being extensively applied to mobile phones. This study investigated users' satisfaction of the flick operation in representative touch phones, and measured their performances with established three measures: gap between finger and initial cursor, the number of moved lists per 0.2 seconds, and the number of moved lists after ten continuous flicks. The measurement was performed with high speed camera and motion analysis software. The flick movement in mobile phone with high users' satisfaction showed that the gap between finger and cursor positions was less and the speed reached high within 0.6 seconds quickly and then was drastically slow down. Especially, maximal and common time intervals between continuous flicks were measured with an experiment. Based on the evaluation and measurement, several design guidelines for efficient flick performances were suggested.
 Keywords
Flick satisfaction;Flick measures;Touch phone;Design guidelines;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea, 2012. vol.31. 2, pp.309-317 crossref(new window)
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