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User-Centered Evaluation of an Adaptive User Interface in the Context of Warehouse Picking

By Jörg Rett, Yucheng Jin and Sara Bongartz


Although nowadays adaptive user interfaces (AUIs) can be found in many applications, many downsides and jeopardies of AUIs are not yet sufficiently researched. We take a user-centered design in the development of an adaptive application and demonstrate that the userfriendliness of an adaptive application benefits from an early and iterative evaluation of the adaptation rules. Drawbacks of adaptive interfaces are discovered and solved in our evaluation- and design-process and recommendations for the development of adaptive systems are given. Author Keywords Adaptive service front-ends, Context-aware user interfaces

Topics: Warehouse picking system, User-centered evaluation
Year: 2014
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