Usability inspection methods
Computer Science/Computers-Human Interaction Usability Inspection Methods is the first comprehensive, book-length work in this important new field. Designed to get you quickly up and running with the full complement of UI strategies, tools, and techniques, this extremely practical guide offers you a unique opportunity to learn them from the women and men who invented them. With the help of numerous real-life case studies, the authors give you: Step-by-step guidance on all important methods now in use, including the heuristic evaluation method, the pluralistic walkthrough method, the cognitive walkthrough method, and more Proven techniques for integrating usability inspections with other methods now in use An in-depth, comparative analysis of UI versus user testing A cost-benefit analysis of UI as compared to other approaches Program prototypes that provide UI computer support for interface designers An important resource for user interface developers, software designers, as well as graduate students and researcher
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analysis application assessment BCA+ board design Chapter compared concepts context Copy folder correct action defects design team Desurvire development cycle development team dialog box discussed document domain effective empirical end users end-user problems error evaluation method evaluation session example experience feedback focus folder to diskette formal usability inspection goal graphical user interface heuristic evaluation Hewlett-Packard human-computer interaction icon IDGS implementation improve inspec inspectors interaction involved issues Jakob Nielsen Jeffries Karat laboratory Lewis menu Nielsen and Molich nonexperts objectives participants percent pluralistic usability walkthrough Polson potential predictions printed circuit board prototype questions recommendations requirements requirements analysis severity ratings software development solution specific Table task performance model task scenarios techniques tions tool trade-off usability engineering usability evaluation usability inspection methods usability specialists usability testing user interface design user testing user-centered user-centered design user's Wharton window Wixon