UCLIC Research Seminar Series
Recording of Talk
A recording of this talk is available on the UCLIC YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/kpGVL_byOAQ
In this talk, I will introduce some of my previous research on information displays, which will discuss how information visualization work can contribute to the design of experiments underway or to be conducted. We explore the guiding effect of task-related information appearing within the perceptual span on visual search based on elements such as the range of effective information attention within the perceptual span and the orientation of task-related objects. In the first experiment, we recorded reaction time and eye movement data of 48 subjects performing a visual search task for target information in the navigation interface and divided them into four experimental groups according to the perceptual span (within or outside the range) and orientation (left or right) of the task-related information. This study provides evidence for cognitive processing of information responses within the perceptual span and dynamic adjustment of perceptual span location and provides a reliable method for effective information presentation and visual layout in navigation interfaces, with a view to providing reference and learning for related studies.
More detail could link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0141938223000604?via%3Dihub
Xiaoli Wu is currently an academic visiting scholar at UCLIC of University College London. She is currently a professor in Department of Industrial Design at Nanjing University of Science & Technology in China. She leads a Lab of Human Factors and Information Interaction at Nanjing University of Science & Technology. She received her Ph. D degree of Mechanical Engineering in Southeast University in 2015. She had an one year experience of research scholar in Research School of Computer Science, the Australian National University in 2017. She mainly engages in Human factors in Design, Information Displays and Visualization in Human-computer System, and Intelligent interaction. She hosts more than 20 Projects of national nature science of China and Jiangsu province Key Projects . Her other social identities are committee of the Chinese Ergonomics Society, a senior member of Chinese Institute of System Engineering, a peer reviewer of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, an editor of China safety science journal and the reviewer of International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHC), International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics (IJIE), Displays, and so on.