Methodology for remote usability activities: A case study

@article{Krauss2003MethodologyFR,
  title={Methodology for remote usability activities: A case study},
  author={Frederick Scott Hunter Krauss},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={42},
  pages={582-593}
}
Achieving high ease of use demands that an iterative design-evaluation-redesign process be followed. User interface evaluations and, sometimes, design work as well, require the participation of many target users, who often collaborate in the use of the product. In many cases, project members and potential users are spread worldwide, making face-to-face… CONTINUE READING