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Interaction design issues for car navigation systems

By P. Curzon, A. Blandford, R. Butterworth and R. Bhogal

Abstract

We describe a study on the interaction design of in-car navigation systems. It focused on a commercial product. Critical incident analysis was performed based on natural use of the system by a usability analyst. A cognitive walkthrough was then performed based on actual scenarios from the natural use. This is a non-classic application of cognitive walkthrough. It allowed anecdotal critical incidents to be theoretically grounded. We draw conclusions about the interaction design of car navigation systems

Topics: In-car navigation systems, cognitive walkthrough
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ucl.ac.uk.OAI2:16834
Provided by: UCL Discovery

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