Usability Evaluation of Virtual Museums' Interfaces Visualization Technologies

  title={Usability Evaluation of Virtual Museums' Interfaces Visualization Technologies},
  author={Stella Sylaiou and Vassilis Killintzis and Ioannis Paliokas and Katerina Mania and Petros Patias},
This paper reports on a user-centered formative usability evaluation of diverse visualization technologies used in Virtual Museums. It initially presents the selection criteria and the five museum websites involved in the analysis. Then, it describes the evaluation process, in which a group of subjects explored the museums’ on-line resources and answered in two usability questions concerning overall reaction to the website and the subjective satisfaction of the users. After user testing… CONTINUE READING

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