Martina Ziefle
TitelZitiert vonJahr
Understanding age differences in PDA acceptance and performance
K Arning, M Ziefle
Computers in Human Behavior 23 (6), 2904-2927, 2007
3302007
Effects of display resolution on visual performance
M Ziefle
Human factors 40 (4), 554-568, 1998
2541998
How older adults meet complexity: aging effects on the usability of different mobile phones
M Ziefle, S Bay
Behaviour & information technology 24 (5), 375-389, 2005
2122005
The influence of user expertise and phone complexity on performance, ease of use and learnability of different mobile phones
M Ziefle
Behaviour & Information Technology 21 (5), 303-311, 2002
1752002
Mental models of a cellular phone menu. Comparing older and younger novice users
M Ziefle, S Bay
International Conference on Mobile Human-Computer Interaction, 25-37, 2004
1422004
Privacy and data security in E-health: Requirements from the user’s perspective
W Wilkowska, M Ziefle
Health informatics journal 18 (3), 191-201, 2012
1232012
How to overcome disorientation in mobile phone menus: A comparison of two different types of navigation aids
M Ziefle, S Bay
Human-Computer Interaction 21 (4), 393-433, 2006
1132006
Medical Technology in Smart Homes: Exploring the User’s Perspective on Privacy, Intimacy and Trust
M Ziefle, C Röcker, A Holzinger
2011 35th IEEE Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference …, 2011
1082011
Smart home technologies: Insights into generation-specific acceptance motives
S Gaul, M Ziefle
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 312-332, 2009
952009
Effects of age, cognitive, and personal factors on PDA menu navigation performance
K Arning, M Ziefle
Behaviour & Information Technology 28 (3), 251-268, 2009
952009
Which factors form older adults’ acceptance of mobile information and communication technologies?
W Wilkowska, M Ziefle
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 81-101, 2009
932009
Different perspectives on technology acceptance: The role of technology type and age
K Arning, M Ziefle
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 20-41, 2009
912009
Acceptance of pervasive healthcare systems: A comparison of different implementation concepts
M Ziefle, C Röcker
2010 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for …, 2010
902010
Information presentation in small screen devices: The trade-off between visual density and menu foresight
M Ziefle
Applied ergonomics 41 (6), 719-730, 2010
842010
Chances of increasing youth health awareness through mobile wellness applications
A Holzinger, S Dorner, M Födinger, A CaleroValdez, M Ziefle
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 71-81, 2010
742010
A small but significant difference–the role of gender on acceptance of medical assistive technologies
W Wilkowska, S Gaul, M Ziefle
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 82-100, 2010
682010
Future care floor: a sensitive floor for movement monitoring and fall detection in home environments
L Klack, C Möllering, M Ziefle, T Schmitz-Rode
International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare …, 2010
662010
Increase physical fitness and create health awareness through exergames and gamification
P Brauner, A Calero Valdez, U Schroeder, M Ziefle
Human Factors in Computing and Informatics, 349-362, 2013
642013
Barriers of information access in small screen device applications: The relevance of user characteristics for a transgenerational design
K Arning, M Ziefle
Universal access in ambient intelligence environments, 117-136, 2007
642007
Investigating paper vs. screen in real-life hospital workflows: Performance contradicts perceived superiority of paper in the user experience
A Holzinger, M Baernthaler, W Pammer, H Katz, V Bjelic-Radisic, M Ziefle
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 69 (9), 563-570, 2011
632011
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