Improving interface quality: an investigation of human-computer interaction task learning.

@article{Mitta1995ImprovingIQ,
  title={Improving interface quality: an investigation of human-computer interaction task learning.},
  author={D A Mitta and S J Packebush},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={1995},
  volume={38 7},
  pages={1307-25}
}
User learning is of critical importance in evaluating interface usability (and in turn interface quality). The focus of this research in on interface learnability, where a stochastic model represents the learning process required for successful completion of human-computer interaction tasks. The parameter used to quantify learning is a learning rate. Of interest here is the validation of learning rate as a measure of interface quality. Learning rate was validated against two traditional… CONTINUE READING