Usability test: what it really is and why it has nothing to do with contingent use, but with people’s experiences.
Usability is a beautiful concept, more than the term and its use, or abuse, make us think. The word comes from the Latin uti use, simple then. Not really, because the meaning of this term is often neglected or reduced to its daily meaning of using something, the habit of the act or being the usual thing itself.
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Cognitive load, user experience and survey methods
How is cognitive load monitored? Skin conductance (GSR), eye-tracking and electroencephalography (EEG) investigate the balance between usability of the interface and information complexity.
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It is never too late for a user test
A user test is always useful to gather valuable information to improve the #UX experience.
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Expert analysis and heuristic analysis: a usability check-up
Combine expert analysis and heuristic analysis to exploit their strengths in synergy, with the aim of understanding what is wrong with a website.
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Face Reading: understanding emotions to satisfy their customers
From the facial expressions Ekman and Friesen have outlined the basic emotions, and by reading them with Face Reading it is possible to have marketing ideas.
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