New technologies have the potential to be used by anyone irrespective of age, gender, location, nationality, disability or time considerations. The session topic of well-being is close in meaning to User Experience (UX) which is considered a broader category under which usability and accessibility fall and is concerned with human perceptions and responses related to system attractive and comfortable use. To measure one quality of well-being, this paper discusses an original method: the Sensory Evaluation method. This method is demonstrated using multivariate analysis with the example of creating pictograms/icons of daily used signs from seven national sign languages on a smartphone. A usability evaluation test on its effectiveness and efficiency revealed that communication speed by tapping pictograms/icons on the smartphone was about five times more efficient than text message.