Research on Comparison Experiment of Humanized Interface Design of Smart TV Based on User Experience
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5 Smart TV products (represented by the letter A–E) were selected in this study to compare the interface design. Twelve volunteers (6 males and 6 females) from 18 to 40 years old (M = 27.92, SD = 5.85) were recruited to complete the task of “playing an online movie” in a simulated living room environment. The evaluation results between 5 Smart TV products that based on user experience were significant differences, which might be the result of the distinction of humanized design. The layout of homepages, terminologies of icons to enter the subordinate pages, menu formats and the entrance position of the subordinate pages all affected the results.
KeywordsHumanized interface design User experience Smart TV
We would like to thank the participants who took part in the experiment. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support from 2017 National Quality Infrastructure (2017NQI) project (2017YFF0206603 and 2017YFF0206506), AQSIQ science and technology planning project (2016QK177), and China National Institute of Standardization through the “special funds for the basic R&D undertakings by welfare research institutions” (522016Y-4488).
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