Tag Archives: paired user testing

Hackman G.S. and Biers, D.W. (1992) Team Usability Testing: Are two Heads Better than One? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, October 1992; vol. 36, 16: pp. 1205-1209.

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DOI= 10.1177/154193129203601605 Hackman and Biers made studies to compare the performance of a single user alone, a single user with an observer and a pair of users all using the thinking aloud method. Their results showed that the presence of … Continue reading

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Höysniemi, J., Hämäläinen, P. and Turkki, L. (2003) Using peer tutoring in evaluating the usability of a physically interactive computer game with children. Interacting with Computers, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 203-225.

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DOI= 10.1016/S0953-5438(03)00008-0 This study used peer tutoring to evaluate an interactive computer game with children. They used either a pair of children or one child at a time to teach the use of the game to another child. This way, … Continue reading

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Kennedy, S. (1989) Using video in the BNR usability lab. SIGCHI Bulletin. Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 92-95.

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DOI=10.1145/70609.70624 Co-discovery learning shares many principles with constructive interaction, but in addition, has a list of spesific tasks and includes a reflection on the task difficulty after each task. Sue Kennedy and her colleagues used this method in evaluating various … Continue reading

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O’Malley, C.E., Draper, S.W. & Riley, M.S. (1984) Constructive interaction: A method for studying human-computer-human interaction. In Shackel, B. (Ed.) Human-computer interaction – INTERACT’84. pp. 269-274.

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Constructive interaction is a method involving two users at the same time in solving a problem. O’Malley et al. brought this method into the studies of human-computer interaction in the mid 1980’s. In this method, two subjects with comparable expertise … Continue reading

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van den Haak, M.J. and de Jong, M.D.T. (2005) Analyzing the interaction between facilitator and participants in two variants of the think-aloud method. Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference, 2005 (IPCC 2005). pp. 323- 327.

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DOI= 10.1109/IPCC.2005.1494192 Van den Haak and de Jong (2005) compared the interaction between the test moderator and test user in two different settings: using thinking-aloud method alone and paired user testing that they call constructive interaction test. They analysed parts … Continue reading

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