Articles by Sheng-Cheng Huang

Huang is a
doctoral student in the School
of Information at the University
of Texas at Austin and works as
a graduate research assistant of
the research project studying
the effects of Microsoft
ClearType TM on endusers
the supervision of Randolph G.
Bias, Ph.D. His main interests
focus on usability of humancomputer
interaction (HCI) and
semiotics in the computermediated
(CMC) environment.

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]