UX in the Arab World - Research Trends and Challenges for a Better Understanding and Collaboration
Source of Publication
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
During the last decade, a considerable number of studies question how HCI is perceived and how the cultural differences are considered. However, very few focused on eliciting the cultural factors of UX and the underlying integration of UX research methods. In this paper, we overview the literature on UX research in the Arab world. Among others, our findings show that UX research focused on two main themes (1) elicitation of UX guidelines and UX patterns (best UX practices) to match the Arab culture (2) identification of the factors influencing UX in the Arab region. The findings also illustrate existing efforts to raise awareness of HCI and conclude with some research challenges that draw a road map for a better collaboration between Arab researchers and the international community.
Springer International Publishing
User experience, UX, Human computer interaction, HCI, Guidelines, Culture
Al-Shamaileh, Ons and Seffah, Ahmed, "UX in the Arab World - Research Trends and Challenges for a Better Understanding and Collaboration" (2022). All Works. 5188.
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