Culture and Usability Evaluation : The Effects of Culture in Structured Interviews

@inproceedings{PrezQuiones2006CultureAU,
  title={Culture and Usability Evaluation : The Effects of Culture in Structured Interviews},
  author={Manuel A. P{\'e}rez-Qui{\~n}ones},
  year={2006}
}
A major impediment in global user interface development is that there is inadequate empirical evidence for the effects of culture in the usability engineering methods used for developing these global user interfaces. This paper presents a controlled study investigating the effects of culture on the effectiveness of structured interviews in international usability evaluation. The experiment consisted of a usability evaluation of a website with two independent groups of Indian participants. Each… CONTINUE READING

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