Hybridising signaling principle and nielsen’s design guidelines in a mobile application

Arifah Fasha Rosmani, and Ariffin Abdul Mutalib, and Siti Mahfuzah Sarif, (2021) Hybridising signaling principle and nielsen’s design guidelines in a mobile application. Asia-Pacific Journal of Information Technology and Multimedia, 10 (2). pp. 62-76. ISSN 2289-2192


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Learning via mobile phone is very common nowadays, whether at the primary or tertiary stage. The use of mobile phones is causing growing concern among the general public. Improving online education, primarily via this device, is also one of the government’s most pressing needs. Most current research on mobile learning applications pays little attention to multimedia principles, especially the Signalling principle, to improve user interaction. As a result, this project is undertaken to suggest better and more efficient mobile learning applications. The model is developed in collaboration with various stakeholders, including content experts, HCI experts, actual users, and a thorough literature review. Creating these mobile learning design guidelines is anticipated to lead to a more efficient and successful mobile learning style. According to the results of the experiments, implementing the hybridised guidelines resulted in a significant increase in Asmaul Husna Islamic knowledge among university students.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Signalling principles; Design guidelines; Mobile application; Mobile learning; Islamic mobile learning applications
Journal:Asia - Pasific Journal of Information Technology and Multimedia (Formerly Jurnal Teknologi Maklumat dan Multimedia)
ID Code:17957
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Deposited On:11 Jan 2022 08:38
Last Modified:15 Jan 2022 08:14

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