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URN etd-0821107-143201 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3963 times. Download 1832 times. Author Jyun-Ting Sun Author's Email Address No Public. Department Information Management Year 2006 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language Chinese&English Page Count 85 Title A Better Fitting Model For Electronic Reading in Age from 15 to 29 Keyword digital reading electronic reading electronic learning topsis topsis electronic learning electronic reading digital reading Abstract This research mainly discusses how digital contents are better presented on the screen. It divides into two main research directions. One is aiming at how the user selects the color scheme for words and pictures. This is to try to find out which combination is most suitable for user to read the contents on the computer. The other aim is to discuss how the different background information effects user’s sensation. While selecting the samples for this study, we took into consideration that most of the students have the habits of reading on-line and using the computer to search information. Therefore, the age boundary was set between 15~29 years old for the main object of study. We took sample surveys at following locations: schools, libraries, and bookstores. Through the SPSS(Statistical Package for the Social Science) analytical software’s analysis of different user’s sensation.
The result showed:
? Font size 14 is the best size to be read on the monitor screen.
? Font MingLiU performed the best.
? For the color combination, sampled targets favorite white on black.
? Surveyed users found that the reading pattern of pictures on the right and written information on the left the best.
? Gender-wise, what differ the most was “the color match that easily attracts attention.” There was no distinct difference of choice on font, font size, nor how the pictures were placed.
? Age-wise, there was no distinct difference in choosing the font, font size, color scheme, nor how the picture’s placement.
? With sampled surveyors with higher education: font size’s clearness, fonts that doesn’t take effort to read, and comfortable graphic arrangement weighed the most in their selection. There was no special preference for color schemes.
? Sampled surveyors with more experience at using computers preferred comfortable graphic arrangements that attract the eyes. On font, font size, and color scheme, no special preferences were shown.
Advisor Committee Cheng-Liang Yang - advisor
none - co-chair
Y.H. Chang - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2007-06-28 Date of Submission 2007-08-21