Inducing shortcuts on a mobile phone interface
Due to size restrictions, mobile phone user interfaces are often difficult to use. In this short paper, we investigated inducing shortcuts to replace the sequence of actions required to complete common tasks on a mobile phone. In particular, we used mobile phone interaction data to evaluate several methods for inducing shortcuts. We considered the balance between maximising interface efficiency and shortcuts that remained stable arid hence predictable.
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces|
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