Ihnissi, Ragab and Lu, Joan (2014) An investigation into the problems of user oriented interfaces in mobile applications. In: ICOMP14: The 2014 International Conference on Internet Computing and Big Data, 21st-24th July 2014, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. (Unpublished)

The purpose of this paper is the analysis and evaluation of the mobile interface design. This study consisted of a random sample of 55 user interfaces for mobile applications. In addition, the restriction of all the components of the user interface quantified. An analysis was conducted of these interfaces, in order to represent graphically. Then, evaluated and produced the following results: First, the smaller number of pages in the application is better. Second, decreasing the navigation bars, buttons and menus in user interfaces for mobile applications gives additional space on the screen, making the application easy to use and maintaining the context. Third, diversity, the use of tools ensures good interaction with the user. Finally, a range of results for the design of the user interface and some ideas are provided about what should be taken of these results in mind when designing interfaces for mobile applications.

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