Articles by I-Fan Chou

IFan Chou is a MSIS graduate of the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin, where she works as a teaching assistant of Usability Engineer, Advanced Usability, and Research Method. She did her Master’s project on interface usability evaluation of a proofofconcept handheld device at IBM Pervasive Computing Lab in Austin, Texas. She currently works as a user experience and interactive design intern at Punchcut, focusing mainly on mobile interface design and mobile applications from user experience perspective.

Empirical Evaluation of a Popular Cellular Phone’s Menu System: Theory Meets Practice

Abstract A usability assessment entailing a paper prototype was conducted to examine menu selection theories on a small screen device by determining the effectiveness, efficiency, and user satisfaction of a popular cellular phone’s menu system. Outcomes of this study suggest that users prefer a less extensive menu structure on a small screen device. The investigation […] [Read More]