Research on Interface of Large-Scale Equipment Network Management System Based on User Experience
This paper reports on an experimental study on interface design to measure the mechanism of user experience in large-scale equipment network management system. Based on human factors and cognitive psychology theory, we conducted a comparative research study. Prototypes of the interface were designed based on the two types of information layout which were undergoing 5-point Likert questionnaire method to evaluation the user experience of the users. The main findings of this study were as follows: (1) we found that the interface improvement before (material A) and improved interface (material B) had significant differences on user experience in each level; (2) the improved interface (material B) has a significant better effect on user experience compare to improvement interface before (material A) (P < 0.05). (3) The user background has no significant difference on user experience (P > 0.05). The research results can help us to deeply understand the design of user interface in the complex industrial interface scenarios.
KeywordsUser interface Information visualization Experimental evaluation User experience
The research financial supports from the Natural Science Youth Foundation of Hubei Province (2017CFB276) and CES-King Far Excellent Young Scholar Joint Research Funding (CES-KF-2016-2018).
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