Articles about Pruebas de usabilidad

(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 Truth is Out There: Using Mobile Technology for Experience Sampling

(English) Research "in the wild," where people use the interfaces we design, test, iterate, and develop can be conducted on users mobile phones. [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) Getting Your Money Back: The ROI of remote unmoderated user research

(English) Remote, unmoderated, task-based, qualitative, quantitative user research does not replace other methods, but it adds value on it own merits [Leer más]

(English) Global Usability Testing: How to plan and report tests in multiple locations

(English) The success of moderated usability testing of a product in several countries in a short time is depends on careful planning and preparation. [Leer más]

(English) More than Skin Deep (Book Review)

(English) This book’s focus on accessibility during the entire user-centered design process integrates accessibility throughout product development and provides readers with a readable introduction to incorporating these concerns into daily professional practice. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Up, Up and Away

(English) Airbus’s new A380 super-jumbo employees volunteered to do “ethnographic” usability testing; the first in-air test with a full-size passenger load on board. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in New Zealand

(English) New Zealand, traditionally an early adopter of technology, is seen as a great “test location” by many companies. Awareness of the business benefits of usability is growing. [Leer más]

(English) Really How Many Users Do You Need to Test (Issue 4.4)

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(English) How many users are really enough - three articles tackle this question, along with agile and the market value of technology. (Articles available in Acrobat PDF format) [Leer más]

(English) Keeping Your Distance: Remote usability testing or the lab?

(English) People who participate in usability testing remotely via screen sharing are as candid and comfortable with the experience as customers who participate on-site [Leer más]

(English) Pretending to Be You (Issue 2.2)

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(English) Usability testing, using personas for evaluations and using emotion in design. (Full text not available) [Leer más]