A study on Cross-Platform Search Pattern

크로스 플랫폼에서의 탐색 패턴 연구

  • 김회광 (강남대학교 미래인재개발대학 유니버설디자인전공) ;
  • 박찬익 (청운대학교 멀티미디어학과)
  • Received : 2018.02.12
  • Accepted : 2018.04.20
  • Published : 2018.04.28


Applications have evolved with the evolution of smartphones, and the search structure is changing as well. In this study, we searched through various cases of cross platform and found out the search pattern and suggested correct usage method accordingly. As a result, the search structure for cross platform can be divided into persistent navigation, temporary navigation, and auxiliary navigation. Persistent navigation is available in a hierarchical structure using springboards, lists, galleries, and top menus. Temporary navigation can take advantage of drawers, toggle menus, and pie menus, while secondary navigation can provide the same experience across platforms using an accordion menu or scrolling.


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