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Foelstad, A. and Hornbaek, K. (2010) Work-domain knowledge in usability evaluation: Experiences with Cooperative Usability Testing. The Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 83, No. 11, pp. 2019-2030.
DOI= 10.1016/j.jss.2010.02.026 Foelstad and Hornbaek studied the use of Cooperative Usability Testing in the development of two work-domain specific systems. As modifications to the original method, they included an interpretation phase after each task, and used task-scenario walkthroughs instead of … Continue reading
Froekjaer, E. and Hornbaek, K. (2005) Cooperative usability testing: complementing usability tests with user-supported interpretation sessions. In CHI ’05 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA ’05), pp. 1383-1386.
DOI=10.1145/1056808.1056922 Froekjaer and Hornbaek present a usability testing method called Cooperative Usability Testing. It consists of two parts: The first part is an interaction session in which user interacts with the system as in contextual inquiry or in thinking aloud … Continue reading
Sawyer, P., Flanders, A. & Wixon, D. (1996) Making a difference – The impact of inspections. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI’96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. pp. 376-382.
DOI=10.1145/238386.238579 Sawyer, Flanders and Wixon defined a metric called impact ratio to measure the effectiveness of usability evaluation methods. This numerical value presents the proportion of the problems that the development team commits to fix from all the problems found … Continue reading