Experience remote usability testing, Part 1

Examine study results on the benefits and downside of remote usability testing

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Velda Bartek and Deane Cheatham

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: January 01, 2003

In this two-part article, Pervasive Computing specialists Velda Bartek and Deane Cheatham share the experience gained by conducting a number of remote usability studies using application-sharing technology. The first article provides a context for remote usability testing by detailing and describing the benefits and pitfalls of remote usability evaluations and the application-sharing tools that were evaluated. The second article describes some of the experiences and lessons learned as the authors planned for and conducted remote usability evaluations for software products.

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