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This paper describes a research in progress work, which is the second phase of a larger study. It aims at finding out about the impact that. belonging to a generation, may have on the design of effective interfaces for commercial mobile applications. A model derived during the first phase of the study is being extended to include two additional generational groups to what was originally done. Additionally, a validation process is proposed with a quasi-experimental design, manipulating the main factors in the model across the experimental groups. It is expected that the validated model will serve as a basis to guide the design of mobile interfaces based on the target groups. Expected results are discussed, and the real ones will be presented at the conference.

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Aug 10th, 12:00 AM

The Influence of Generational Differences on Mobile Applications' Design: A Mexican Study

This paper describes a research in progress work, which is the second phase of a larger study. It aims at finding out about the impact that. belonging to a generation, may have on the design of effective interfaces for commercial mobile applications. A model derived during the first phase of the study is being extended to include two additional generational groups to what was originally done. Additionally, a validation process is proposed with a quasi-experimental design, manipulating the main factors in the model across the experimental groups. It is expected that the validated model will serve as a basis to guide the design of mobile interfaces based on the target groups. Expected results are discussed, and the real ones will be presented at the conference.

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