Web Usability Probe: A Tool for Supporting Remote Usability Evaluation of Web Sites

@inproceedings{Carta2011WebUP,
  title={Web Usability Probe: A Tool for Supporting Remote Usability Evaluation of Web Sites},
  author={Tonio Carta and Fabio Patern{\`o} and Vagner Figuer{\^e}do de Santana},
  booktitle={INTERACT},
  year={2011}
}
Usability evaluation of Web sites is still a difficult and timeconsuming task, often performed manually. This paper presents a tool that supports remote usability evaluation of Web sites. The tool considers client-side data on user interactions and JavaScript events. In addition, it allows the definition of custom events, giving evaluators the flexibility to add specific events to be detected and considered in the evaluation. The tool supports evaluation of any Web site by exploiting a proxy… CONTINUE READING
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