Do Players Prefer Integrated User Interfaces ? A Qualitative Study of Game UI Design Issues

@inproceedings{Llanos2011DoPP,
  title={Do Players Prefer Integrated User Interfaces ? A Qualitative Study of Game UI Design Issues},
  author={Stein C. Llanos and Kristine J\orgensen},
  year={2011}
}
With basis in a qualitative player study, this pape r resents different player attitudes concerning user interface elements. The paper focus es on how the game user interface influences the players’ involvement in the game, an d how the players navigate between different sources of involvement. We argue that the re is no necessary connection between a transparent interface and involvement, and that i n many cases, overlay interfaces are preferred due to the clear information they present . With… CONTINUE READING
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