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Interacting with Computers
Volume 22, Issue 5, Pages 313-438 (September 2010)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5644-2010-999779994-2228749

SPECIAL ISSUE: Modelling user experience - An agenda for research and practice
Edited by Effie Lai-Chong Law and Paul van Schaik

I am pleased to announce a Special Issue of the interdisciplinary journal, Interacting with Computers, on the topic of Measurement and Structural Models of User Experience, edited by Dr. Effie Lai-Chong Law and Professor Dr. Paul van Schaik.

The Special Issue is introduced with an overview article by the two editors presenting an agenda for Research and Practice. The remaining five papers address different concerns pertaining to UX, including measuring usability as a component of UX, impacts of sonic interactions on gameplay experience, experience narratives for measuring the dynamics of user experience, relationships between psychological needs and positive experience, and analysis of user-engagement in online shopping.

Although 'user experience' (UX) has become a fashionable term in human-computer interaction over the past 15 years, practical applications of this (multidimensional) concept still need to be further developed.Measurement models are essential to allow the UX concept to be measured accurately and to aid in activities such as the evaluation of interactive computer systems. Structural models of UX are needed to establish the structural relations both between components and the characteristics of users and computer systems in order to better inform the design of interactive computer systems. Some of the questions addressed in theSpecial Issue include the following. What is the relationship between usability and UX? To what extent and how can attributes of UX be measured? What is the role of and relationship between subjective and objective measures? What are the levels of analysis involved in studying UX? What is the role of time in UX modelling? What is the psychological basis of UX, in terms of motivation and fulfilling psychological needs? What are the practical implications of UX modelling?

Special Issue Papers
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Modelling user experience – An agenda for research and practice
Effie L.-C. Law, Paul van Schaik

The Usability Metric for User Experience
Kraig Finstad

Measuring the dynamics of remembered experience over time
Evangelos Karapanos, John Zimmerman, Jodi Forlizzi, Jean-Bernard Martens

More than a feeling: Measurement of sonic user experience and psychophysiology in a first-person shooter game
Lennart E. Nacke, Mark N. Grimshaw, Craig A. Lindley

The influence of hedonic and utilitarian motivations on user engagement: The case of online shopping experiences
Heather Lynn O’Brien

Needs, affect, and interactive products – Facets of user experience
Marc Hassenzahl, Sarah Diefenbach, Anja Göritz

Regular Papers
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The roles of conceptual device models and user goals in avoiding device initialization errors
Kimberley Hiltz, Jonathan Back, Ann Blandford

Third-party error detection support mechanisms for dictation speech recognition
Lina Zhou, Yongmei Shi, Andrew Sears

Revisiting breadth vs. depth in menu structures for blind users of screen readers
Harry Hochheiser, Jonathan Lazar

Visual search in dynamic 3D visualisations of unstructured picture collections
Olivier Christmann, Noëlle Carbonell, Simon Richir

The impact of progress indicators on task completion
Frederick G. Conrad, Mick P. Couper, Roger Tourangeau, Andy Peytchev

The effects of trust, security and privacy in social networking: A security-based approach to understand the pattern of adoption
Dong-Hee Shin

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Dianne Murray
General Editor, Interacting with Computers
http://ees.elsevier.com/iwc/default.asp

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