This study explores the effect of operating a new interface for experienced and casual users, specifically, on the effectiveness and efficiency of usability. We have developed a gesture control interface for a browser created by an open source onto a mouse interface integrated with Java SDK. When users surf web pages using this new interface, we want to examine the following features from the theory of analogue transfer: The surface feature, i.e., whether the new interface is the same as using a mouse. The structure feature, i.e., whether the browsing result of the new interface is the same as a mouse. And, finally, we want to know how to have an impact on usability for both complex and simple web content.
Sun, Huey-Min and Cheng, Hsun-Hung, "THE ANALOGICAL TRANSFER EFFECT OF USER'S EXPERIENCE ON USABILITY FOR GESTURE CONTROL INTERFACE" (2014). PACIS 2014 Proceedings. 288.