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On The Efficacy of Alternate Menu Configurations Public

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  • Extensive research has been conducted to improve the menus that allow navigation of digital world, most of it focused on the most common varieties of menu. Radial menus, a less common menu variety designed so that menu entries are aligned on a polar coordinate system, have largely been ignored. Early studies focused on radial menus predicted significant user experience benefits in certain applications, but the relative dearth of modern work has made it difficult to determine the optimal applications for radial menu interfaces. One specific area of study that has been neglected is the application of radial menus in an Internet setting. The goal of this research is to establish a baseline comparison between an extremely simplistic nested radial menu and a similar list menu, of the kind that can be found throughout the Internet. The test platform consists of a brief web navigation exercise. Participants will navigate through a web-page using either a radial menu or a list menu and the website will collect the completion times for the different menu types.
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