For this study it was hypothesised that interactive audio feedback, when implemented in a touch screen e-reader, would magnify the perception of e-book ownership felt by that user. The conclusion that a certain feedback sound in an e-book on a touch screen may in fact intensify feelings of ownership has great implications for touch screen user interface design and interactive touch screen applications in general.
Year Manuscript Completed
Communication Technology and New Media | Digital Humanities
Electronic books; Electronic books Design; Electronic book readers.
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationStewart Todhunter (2016) Ability of audio feedback in e-books to compensate for haptic attachment to print books, MPhil, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Society and Design.
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