Usability case – integrating usability evaluations in design

Marja Liinasuo, Leena Norros

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Abstract

In this paper we present a new method for usability evaluation. The method, Usability Case, defines usability of a particular system by a documented chain of inference including claims, arguments and evidence. With the help of this structure, repeated measurements can be accumulated and integrated. Usability Case is a tool for implementing usability in design, striving for downstream utility of usability evaluations. It is also a tool for monitoring human factors engineering in a complex design process.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCOST294-MAUSE Workshop - Downstream Utility
Subtitle of host publicationThe Good, the Bad, and the Utterly Useless Usability Evaluation Feedback
EditorsEffie L-C Law, Marta Kristin Lárusdóttir, Mie Nørgaard
Place of PublicationToulouse
Pages11-13
ISBN (Electronic)978-2-917490-01-3
Publication statusPublished - 2007
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventCOST294-MAUSE Workshop - Downstream Utility: The Good, the Bad, and the Utterly Useless Usability Evaluation Feedback - Toulouse, France
Duration: 6 Nov 20076 Nov 2007

Workshop

WorkshopCOST294-MAUSE Workshop - Downstream Utility
CountryFrance
CityToulouse
Period6/11/076/11/07

Keywords

  • systems usability
  • complex systems
  • usability case

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    Liinasuo, M., & Norros, L. (2007). Usability case – integrating usability evaluations in design. In E. L-C. Law, M. K. Lárusdóttir, & M. Nørgaard (Eds.), COST294-MAUSE Workshop - Downstream Utility: The Good, the Bad, and the Utterly Useless Usability Evaluation Feedback (pp. 11-13).