User interface evaluation in the real world: a comparison of four techniques


A user interface (UI) for a software product was evaluated prior to its release by four groups, each applying a different technique: heuristic evaluation, software guidelines, cognitive walkthroughs, and usability testing. Heuristic evaluation by several UI specialists found the most serious problems with the least amount of effort, although they also… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/108844.108862


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