數位典藏藝術類網站頁面之使用者經驗研究

Translated title of the contribution: A Study of User Experience of Art Websites at Digital Archives Program in Taiwan

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Abstract

Many studies involving digital archive websites focus on issues related to database construction or technology development. Recently studies have been verified user experience as a key factor influencing users' judgment of a website. Therefore, this research focuses on usability and affective factors of the digital archive webpage design. The first stage was to invite participants to evaluate the usability of webpages. In second stage, semantic differential scale methods and MDS's MDFREF analysis was used to discuss the affective issues of webpages. There are two main findings. First, the 16 usability criteria were analyzed using Factor Analysis to identify six major dimensions. Second, this study constructed the perception space of digital archive webpages by using MDS analysis. The result shows that perception space can be constructed by two dimensions, labeling the two axes Style and Content. The results hope to provide the design guidelines for practice and produce the best possible benefit from art websites at digital archives program.
Translated title of the contributionA Study of User Experience of Art Websites at Digital Archives Program in Taiwan
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)79-103
Number of pages25
Journal藝術教育研究 (Research in Arts Education)
Issue number22
StatePublished - 1 Dec 2011

Keywords

  • digital archives website
  • user experience
  • MDSanalysis
  • affective design

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