Shaping the Display of the Future: The Effects of Display Size and Curvature on User Performance and Insights

@article{Shupp2009ShapingTD,
  title={Shaping the Display of the Future: The Effects of Display Size and Curvature on User Performance and Insights},
  author={Lauren Shupp and Christopher Andrews and Margaret Dickey-Kurdziolek and Beth Yost and Chris North},
  journal={Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={230-272}
}
As display technology continues to improve, there will be an increasing diversity in the available display form factors and scales. Empirical evaluation of how display attributes affect user perceptions and performance can help designers understand the strengths and weaknesses of different display forms, provide guidance for effectively designing multiple display environments, and offer initial evidence for developing theories of ubiquitous display. While previous research has shown user… CONTINUE READING
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