Articles about Eyetracking and Biometrics

Measuring Emotions: Self Report as an Alternative to Biometrics

Using an emotion chart to capture self-reported emotions can be more cost effective, unbiased, and accurate compared to agile biometric methods. [Read More]

Eye Tracking in User Experience Design (Book Review)

A review of Eye Tracking in User Experience Design by Bergstrom and Schall. Experts discuss how they’ve leveraged eye tracking to improve user experiences in various domains. [Read More]

The Impact of Images: Research on Users’ Processing and Perception

Eye tracking study results show that images of people grab the attention of users and have substantial impact on their processing and perceptions of webpages. [Read More]

Designing for Vulnerable Users: Illustrations (May) Help Understand Complex Health Websites

Illustrations have the potential to aid in understanding complex health information, but using images effectively requires testing to tailor them to the needs of a wide variety of users. [Read More]

The Future of UX Research: Uncovering the True Emotions of Our Users

A brave new world of user experience research that includes physiological responses is on its way. Stay tuned as the tools become more economical and practical. [Read More]

Seeing is Believing (Book Review)

A review of Eye tracking the User Experience – A Practical Guide to Research by Aga Bojko. A must-read book with tips for running eye tracking studies. [Read More]

Better Games: Insights from Eye Tracking

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Using eye tracking during usability testing of games decreases potentially false assumptions, and helps developers better understand player behavior by offering qualitative insights. [Read More]

Using Biometrics to Reveal Insights into the Player Experience

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Biometric sensors, particularly EMG and EEG, help user researchers in understanding digital experiences, gaining insight into how users experience websites. [Read More]

More than Just Eye Candy: Top Ten Misconceptions about Eye Tracking

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This article describes common misconceptions about eye tracking in the UX field and attempts to clarify its proper application. [Read More]

Help! Where Is It When You Need It?

Provide form instructions on a separate web page and place a “Help” link at the beginning to help users who prefer or require “up front” instructions to complete the form. [Read More]

Usable Voting (Issue 4.1)

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Observations from U.S. elections and automotive interfaces. (Some articles available in PDF format.) [Read More]