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The Effects of GUI on Users’ Creative Performance in Computerized Drawing

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Show simple item record Zabramski, Stanisław Ivanova, Vita Gadima, Nur Yang, Guo Leepraphantkul, Rathakan 2013-06-22T20:12:58Z 2013-06-22T20:12:58Z 2013
dc.identifier.citation Paper presented at MIDI 2013 Conference, 24-25.06.2013, Warsaw, Poland pl_PL
dc.description.abstract This paper presents the results of an empirical comparative study investigating how the results of a computerized figural creativity test are affected when the participants use two different versions of the User Interface (UI) on a mouse-operated desktop PC. The results show that participants get slightly higher creativity scores with the interface that has no visual artifacts available and offers more similar user experience to pen and paper, contrary to the more elaborated one. That phenomenon is expected to contribute to the cumulative effect of GUI and input method noticed by previous research. That implies that creative drawing and testing should be carefully introduced into computer-based environments. pl_PL
dc.language.iso en pl_PL
dc.subject mouse pl_PL
dc.subject user interface pl_PL
dc.subject evaluation pl_PL
dc.subject comparison pl_PL
dc.subject creativity pl_PL
dc.subject test pl_PL
dc.subject TTCT pl_PL
dc.subject figural pl_PL
dc.subject drawing pl_PL
dc.title The Effects of GUI on Users’ Creative Performance in Computerized Drawing pl_PL
dc.type Working Paper pl_PL

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