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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Different People, Different Gestures


IUP has interviewed 340 participants in nine countries and draw several interesting implications about multi-touch gesture interaction.

“Around the globe, users use the same gestures to operate multi-touch interfaces - as confirmed by a study of the International Usability Partners (IUP). The international network interviewed 340 participants in nine countries wanted to find out about cultural differences in operating multi-touch interfaces. Another result of the study: a gesture set, recommending intuitive gestures for 28 actions to support designers in interface design.”

Very interesting!

Thanks, Andreas.

Link: A cultural touch – Study analyzes cultural differences in using multi-touch interfaces


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