Articles about Métodos de experiencia del usuario

Confianza en las Compras Móviles: Un Estudio Empírico

El comercio móvil está teniendo un rápido impacto en Norteamérica y las economías mundiales. ¿Cómo podemos diseñar la experiencia móvil a fin de que nos sirva para promover la confianza? [Leer más]

Guía Práctica en Cada Nivel (Reseña)

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Una reseña de Usability Testing Essentials: Ready, Set… Test! (Elementos esenciales en las Pruebas de usuarios: Luz, Cámara… Prueba!) por Carol M. Barnum [Leer más]

Aportaciones de la Técnica de Seguimiento Ocular o Eye Tracking

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El uso de la técnica de seguimiento ocular (Eye Tracking) durante los tests de usabilidad de juegos disminuye las posibles falsas suposiciones y ayuda a los desarrolladores a comprender mejor el comportamiento del jugador gracias a los datos cualitativos obtenidos. [Leer más]

(English) Engaging with Mental Health: Opportunity for Collaboration

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(English) Collaboration between human-computer interaction (HCI) and mental health professionals can play a valuable role in future research on mental health technologies. [Leer más]

(English) Book Review: Of Testing and Techniques

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(English) A review of Beyond the Usability Lab: Conducting Large-Scale Online User Experience Studies by Bill Albert, Tom Tullis, Donna Tedesco. This book is well-structured for practitioners of remote usability testing. [Leer más]

(English) More than Just Eye Candy: Top Ten Misconceptions about Eye Tracking

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(English) This article describes common misconceptions about eye tracking in the UX field and attempts to clarify its proper application. [Leer más]

(English) Help! Where Is It When You Need It?

(English) 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. [Leer más]

(English) Automated Usability Testing: A Case Study

(English) Although not useful in all circumstances, unmoderated remote tests can compensate for a lack of direct observation and interaction. [Leer más]

(English) The Client Speaks: Supporting Participation in Remote Moderated Research

(English) Remote user testing is primarily employed when speed, convenience, or international testing is called for. However, there are practical qualitative benefits to using remote methodologies, as well. [Leer más]

(English) A Moderated Debate: Comparing Lab and Remote Testing

(English) Unmoderated tests provide more data, but don’t automatically provide insight. Strong pattern recognition and hypothesis development skills are necessary for interpretation. [Leer más]

(English) An Attainable Goal: Quantifying usability and user experience

(English) Client companies are coming to appreciate the importance of quantifying a website’s usability and user experience and the role usability plays in a website’s success. [Leer más]

(English) Usable Voting (Issue 4.1)

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(English) Observations from U.S. elections and automotive interfaces. (Some articles available in PDF format.) [Leer más]