Usability Testing: Too Early? Too Much Talking? Too Many Problems?
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Usability testing has evolved in response to a search for tests that are cheap, early, easy, and fast. In addition, it accords with a situational definition of usability, such as the one propounded by ISO. By approaching usability from an organizational perspective, this author argues that usability should (also) be evaluated late, that usability professionals should be wary of thinking aloud, and that they should focus more on effects achievement than problem detection.
|Journal||Journal of Usability Studies|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
- Faculty of Humanities - usability evaluation
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