Color Matching Method of HCI Interface Design Driven by Aesthetic Perception

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Qi LiYihang DuPei YanWang Wei

Abstract: A method of human-computer interface color design based on aesthetic feeling is proposed, which provides a basis for the design practice in accordance with users' aesthetic preference. Taking the mobile interactive terminal interface of intangible cultural heritage display as an example, the color matching of Cloisonne, a traditional Chinese craft, was selected as the primary color, and the colors were extracted by k-means clustering algorithm to form four groups of color matching samples. Secondly, the interface element model is constructed, and the matching relationship between color matching samples and interface interaction elements is established and applied. Thirdly, the network text analysis method ROST was used to extract the perceptual image semantics of interfaces, and the four groups of interfaces were subjectively evaluated to obtain the optimal scheme and verify the effectiveness of the proposed color matching method. The results show that the aesthetically driven color design method is beneficial to improve the information transfer and aesthetic experience of human-computer interaction, and promote the creative transformation of intangible cultural heritage in digital mobile media.Keywords: Human-computer Interface, Ergonomics Design, Color Design Method, Perceptual Image, Aesthetic Evaluation

Keywords: human-computer interaction (HCI) interface, color matching method, perceptual image theory, aesthetic experience

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1001783

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