How different prototyping methods for information appliance design affect usability test results
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Usability testing of prototypes is often used to check the validity of a design and to highlight possible design problems. However, this research looks at how different prototyping methods for information appliance design, such as software-only simulations and soft models, can affect usability test results and consequently influence design decisions.
Loudon, G., Gill, S. and Walker, D. (2006) How Different Prototyping Methods for Information Appliance Design Affect Usability Test Results. Poster presentation at the Usability Professionals Association Conference, Broomfield, Colorado, June 12 – 16, 2006
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