Application and Research on Ergonomics and Kansei Engineering in human-computer interface design

Kang Hui; Li Jing
July 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 563, p245
Academic Journal
This article aims to analyze the interaction and human-computer interaction interface, and relying on Kansei engineering theory, make the analysis for the design of man-machine interface and how to better. This paper puts forward three aspects to consider ergonomics to embody the role of user interface design, fully confirms the "people-oriented" is the source of product design and user experience, can be solved by the met in the design field, in order to improve and optimize the machine and user interface of human-computer interaction, the better and more efficient.


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