Low cost prototyping: part 2, or how to apply the thinking-aloud method efficiently

@inproceedings{Holzinger2008LowCP,
  title={Low cost prototyping: part 2, or how to apply the thinking-aloud method efficiently},
  author={Andreas Holzinger and Stephen Brown},
  booktitle={BCS HCI},
  year={2008}
}
Customer satisfaction with regard to user interfaces becomes increasingly more important and is, eventually, decisive for the selection of systems within a competitive market. End-users demand benefits and a clear increase in value. They expect efficient and optimum support in their work with their interfaces. One possible method to achieve this is UserCentered Design, which means to incorporate end-users in the interface development from scratch. Essential is the knowledge about the end-user… CONTINUE READING

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