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Making usability work in industry: an Australian practitioner perspective
The gap in usability knowledge between research and industry practice is an important one to bridge. This paper presents the findings of 12 interviews with usability practitioners. The interviewsExpand
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Designing a mobile-app-based collaborative learning system
An important aspect of education is to promote higher-order thinking skills to learners. However, in the lecture environment, learners are passively engaged and it is unlikely for higher-orderExpand
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Characteristics of web applications that affect usability: a review
The characteristics of a web application are many and varied in comparison to traditional applications. There is a larger spectrum of possibilities for each web application characteristic. TheseExpand
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Why employees share information security advice? Exploring the contributing factors and structural patterns of security advice sharing in the workplace
As modern organisations are dealing with a growing amount of data and strategic information systems, the need to protect these vital assets becomes paramount. An emerging topic in behaviouralExpand
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Do you need general principles or concrete heuristics?: a model for categorizing usability criteria
This paper analyses the character of usability criteria found in lists, which are used for interface design and evaluation. In order to understand usability criteria and relations between differentExpand
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Towards a complete understanding of information security misbehaviours: a proposal for future research with social network approach
Insider's intentional misbehaviours without the malicious intent to harm and security workarounds are emerging issues in information security behavioural field. To mitigate these insider's threats,Expand
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Applications of social network analysis in behavioural information security research: Concepts and empirical analysis
The rapid digital transformation and technological disruption in modern organisations demand the development of people-centric security workplaces, whereby the employees can build up their securityExpand
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Applying network analysis to investigate interpersonal influence of information security behaviours in the workplace
As organisations are developing people-centric security workplaces, where proactive security behaviours are fostered, it is important to understand more about the sources of security influence. ThisExpand
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Exploring behavioral information security networks in an organizational context: An empirical case study
The purpose of this research is to propose network research as an alternative approach in the behavioral security field. A case study was conducted in a large interior contractor to explore eightExpand
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Investigating the Formation of Information Security Climate Perceptions with Social Network Analysis: A Research Proposal
Over the past years, a large amount of studies has advanced knowledge that explains how individuals react to information security cues and why they are motivated to perform secure practices.Expand
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