A study of cursor trajectories of motion-impaired users
Hwang, F. (2002) A study of cursor trajectories of motion-impaired users. In: Proc. of CHI '02: Human factors in computing systems. ACM, New York, p. 842. ISBN :1-58113-454-1
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This paper describes a study of the cursor trajectories of motion-impaired users in "point and click" interactions. A characteristic of cursor movement is proposed that aims to capture the spatial distribution of cursor movement about a target. This characteristic indicates that users often exhibit increased cursor movement in the vicinity of the target, have more difficulty performing the "clicking" part of the interaction as compared to the navigation part, and tend to navigate directly toward the target during the middle portion of the cursor trajectory. The implications of these characteristic behaviours on interface design are discussed.
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