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Heuristic evaluation is an informal method of usability analysis where a number of evaluators are presented with an interface design and asked to comment on it. Four experiments showed that… Continue Reading
A survey of seventy-seven highly motivated industrial designers and programmers indicates that the identification of specific, potential problems in a human-computer dialogue design is difficult.
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This paper reports on a study assessing the consistency of usability testing across organisations. Nine independent organisations evaluated the usability of the same website, Microsoft Hotmail. The… Continue Reading
This paper reports on the approach and main results of CUE-4, the fourth in a series of Comparative Usability Evaluation studies. A total of 17 experienced professional teams independently evaluated… Continue Reading
Seven professional usability labs and one university student team have carried out independent, parallel usability tests of the same state-of-the-art, live, commercial web site. The web site used for… Continue Reading
Formative evaluation is a collection of "find-and-fix" usability engineering methods, focused on identifying usability problems before a product is completed. In this forum, four experienced… Continue Reading
Usability evaluation is essential to user-centred design; yet, evaluators who analyse the same usability test sessions have been found to identify substantially different sets of usability problems.… Continue Reading