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CHI
2007
ACM
14 years 6 months ago
Usability testing: what have we overlooked?
For more than a decade, the number of usability test participants has been a major theme of debate among usability practitioners and researchers keen to improve usability test per...
Gitte Lindgaard, Jarinee Chattratichart
IUI
2009
ACM
14 years 3 months ago
Have a say over what you see: evaluating interactive compression techniques
We all encounter many documents on a daily basis that we do not have time to process in their entirety. Nevertheless, we lack good tools to rapidly skim and identify key informati...
Simon Tucker, Steve Whittaker
ACMSE
2004
ACM
13 years 11 months ago
Usability testing of notification interfaces: are we focused on the best metrics?
Notification interfaces that continuously present peripheral information have received increasing interest within the HCI community, especially those supporting awareness of other...
John E. Booker, Christa M. Chewar, D. Scott McCric...
ESEM
2009
ACM
14 years 24 days ago
Usability testing with total-effort metrics
Usability testing activities have numerous benefits in theory, yet they are often overlooked or disregarded in practice. A testing paradigm which yields objective, quantitative re...
Liam Feldman, Carl J. Mueller, Dan E. Tamir, Oleg ...
ACSAC
2002
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind? What Notes Users Do When Faced With A Security Decision
Designers are often faced with difficult tradeoffs between easing the user's burden by making security decisions for them and offering features that ensure that users can mak...
Mary Ellen Zurko, Charlie Kaufman, Katherine Spanb...