<Figure 21: The sub menu featured as Joksa frame>
Navigational Interface Design
For ease of use, I added a sub-menu including mask images icons located in the form of Jokja, which is a traditional frame used in Korean painting. During user in- teraction with my thesis, if users have difficulty in finding specific mask names, the mask icons serve as a visual guide to help in the ease of use.
On the main stage, there are two ways to navigate to the three mask stories and one game. One way is to click on the house icons located on screen. The other way is by choosing one of the mask icons in the sub-menu. Each mask icon links to an information screen, where the user can learn more information, view movies and read the story behind the specific mask.
The red arrow represents the last one of the mask icons
Mask icons in the drop down menu They are connected with each story
Storytelling of the Hahoe Mask