IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 8, August 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Bilal Olalere Ashade, Tarek Najjar
Humans have grown to love their computers, and this is without a doubt seeing the way computers and technology generally have impacted our lives and permeated every fabric of daily living. From building smart homes to getting the job done at the office, humans interact with computers every period of the day. This level of inter-action also calls for some rules and principles because the popularity of a product will be highly dependent on how usable such a product is. Previous studies have shown how human-computer interaction (HCI) can optimize user experience (UX). It has led to some specific studies by scholars who have assessed the HCI needed for phones, laptops, and even mobile applications.