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A Study on Interaction Design for Improving Usability of Random item box in Korean Mobile Game
국내 모바일 게임의 확률형 아이템 사용성 개선을 위한 인터랙션 디자인에 관한 연구
- Choi, Seong-Hun (Dept. of Digital Media Design, Hongik University, International Design School for Advanced Studies) ;
- Kim, Seung-In (Digital Media Design, Hongik University, International Design School for Advanced Studies)
- Received : 2017.12.13
- Accepted : 2018.02.20
- Published : 2018.02.28
This study is an interaction design study which can improve the usability of random item boxes that are used as in - game contents in Korean mobile games. Currently, Korean mobile game sales continue to rise. Sales of random item boxes are the main reason for the increase in sales. Problems with the use of random item boxes have been continuously raised, and legal regulations are currently in place. When using random item boxes, the user can not know the exact percentage information. There is a concern that this expresses gambling. In this context, we have studied interaction design to improve the usability of random item boxes, and conducted user online surveys and in - depth interviews to provide users with a better game experience. As a result, it is shown that providing percentage information intuitively when using random item boxes can enhance user experience. Through this study, it is expected that interaction design research will be actively conducted to provide a better user experience when using random item boxes.
Mobile game;Random item box;User experience;interaction design;Game Revenue Model
Supported by : Hongik University
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