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Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Theoretical & cognitive psychology
Engineering, computing & technology : Computer science
L’expérience utilisateur : Relations entre utilisabilité et esthétique, affects et comportements dans une tâche de recherche d’information sur tablettes numériques
[en] User experience : Relationships between usability, aesthetic, affects and behaviours during information searching on Windows touch tablets
Pere, Maxime mailto [Université Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès -UT2J > Département de Psychologie Cognitive et Ergonomie > > Étudiant de Master 2]
Université Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès, ​Toulouse, ​​France
Master de sciences humaines et sociales, mention: psychologie, spécialité: ergonomie cognitive et ingénierie linguistique
35 + 22
Amadieu, Franck mailto
Tricot, André mailto
Huet, Nathalie mailto
El Yagoubi, Redouane mailto
[en] User experience ; Usability ; Aesthetic ; Affects ; Behaviours ; Performance
[en] While the study of human-machine interactions is fairly well established regarding usability dimensions, the approach of the user experience, more recent, incorporates new dimensions in order to bring to light on these interactions. This work takes part in this approach and aims to clarify the relationship between a non-functional quality and a functional quality of a system, the main effect of these qualities on the affects experienced during the interaction with the system and finally the effect of the system qualities on behaviours. A research information task on 4 Websites corresponding to both crossed variables, aesthetics (high vs low) and usability (high vs low), should allow us to explore these questions through self-reports measures and behavioural recording. In addition, we attempt to identify relevant indicators which have not been used much yet. This study is run on touch tablet computers on Windows systems.
laboratoire Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie (CLLE-LTC) CNRS UMR5263

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