Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Human Computer Interaction
Carl K. Chang
Using mobile applications is one of the daily habits for most smartphone users. In order to select applications, individuals need to explore the apps stores. Apps’ exploration is disturbed by the way of illustrating the applications’ information. This dissertation consists of three studies that aimed to: 1) Investigate the users’ experience with the apps’ stores; 2) Collect the users’ needs and requirements in order to have a better experience with the interface of apps’ stores; 3) Propose and evaluate a new interface design for the apps’ stores. Different types of data collection methods were administered while proceeding with the phases of this dissertation.
Omar Ibrahim Y. Asiri
Asiri, Omar Ibrahim Y., "Enhancing users' experiences with mobile app stores: What do users see? What should they see?" (2018). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 17142.
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