A systematic literature review on user interface design for web applications
The intensive use of mobile devices around the world has generated a new scenario for electronic commerce called m-Commerce, which has particular characteristics due to the nature of these devices. In this context, usability has become a key element, since the size of the devices introduces restrictions to the application designers and this can determine the acceptance or rejection of the software. The objective of this paper is to analyze in a comparative way the different techniques for the design of user interfaces that provides a high level of usability in mobile applications. For this study, a systematic literature review was performed in recognized databases. As a result, 20 studies were identified, comprising 13 techniques, 5 approaches and 2 methods that can be used for the design of high usability Apps.
A Systematic Review of Usability and Accessibility in Tele-Rehabilitation Systems
A systematic review on hand gesture recognition techniques, challenges and applications [PeerJ]
We can safely call this decade a decade of startups. Small and big, local and international, teams of every size and scale pop up each day, offering products to benefit the community. Some of them come and go, while others stay with us forever. Indeed the web is teeming with websites that introduce services to the World. Although coming up with the product that will cardinally improve the life or work of people is a top priority, nevertheless, creating good web application design is also important. It is a crucial link between you and the outside world that ensures the success of the venture. Therefore, it should be flawless.
A Systematic Literature Review of Semiotics Perception in User Interfaces
The appropriate development of tele-rehabilitation platforms requires the involvement and iterative assessments of potential users and experts in usability. Usability consists of measuring the degree to which an interactive system can be used by specified final users to achieve quantified objectives with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a quantified context of use. Usability studies need to be complemented by an accessibility assessment.
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