Articles by Brian Stanton
Brian Stanton obtained his master’s degree in Cognitive Psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a cognitive scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology where he works on usability standards and investigates usability and security issues ranging from password rules and analysis, privacy concerns, and biometric projects.
Navigating the Cloud: A Usability Framework
As usage of cloud-based applications grows, usability professionals must define a framework that incorporates user needs into the cloud implementation process. [Read More]
The Power of Qualitative Methods: Aha Moments in Exploring Cybersecurity and Trust
A research team learns how to incorporate qualitative research methods into their work by examining user perceptions of and experiences with cybersecurity. [Read More]