Multi-screen Patterns and Multi-device Experiences in a Multi-screen Ecosystem
With the advent of smart devices, such as smartphone, smart TV, and tablet PC, users own multiple devices and want to use those devices simultaneously or use an appropriate device for their circumstances. In this study, a multi-screen ecosystem is considered, in which users can utilize screens of multiple devices simultaneously to use convergence services and can interact with multiple screens for better user experience. In addition, the service experiences and patterns in a multi-device ecosystem were investigated, in which various smart devices cooperate according to users behavior and needs. Finally, web-based service interaction and migration platform for seamlessly migrating web services in a multi-device ecosystem were discussed.
KeywordsMulti-screen patterns Multi-device experiences Multi-device ecosystem Holistic strategy Integral design approach
This work was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) grant funded by the Korea government (MOE: Ministry of Education): (NRF-20171D1A1B03035074).
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