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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Disorientation in small-screen-device menus is a frequent problem for many users. This study examines if navigation aids containing spatial information may reduce disorientation. Two aids were implemented into a simulated mobile phone: One aid contained spatial cues, providing an overview of menu locations and routes, the other delivered landmark knowledge, representing salient features on the route. Also, a condition without any aid was examined. 24 children and 24 adults solved four phonedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-03655-2_70 fatcat:n3wrkvcplrbnxnvyjgdcmsspy4