Do you know how to measure usability? Do you have questions about the benefits and process for conducting a quantitative usability test? I’ve assembled answers to the 72 most common questions that arise from measuring usability. In this 64 page report I provide concrete examples and plenty of data from a dataset of 120 usability tests, the latest usability research and my decade of experience conducting quantitative usability tests.
This is an electronic (downloadable) copy of A Practical Guide to Measuring Usability. You may purchase a hard copy on Amazon.
Features & Benefits
- Addresses 72 of the most common questions and issues that arise from measuring the usability of an application, including Sample Size, Questionnaires, Reporting, Analyzing, Tasks and more
- Provides both a high-level overview of the benefits of quantitative usability testing and the mechanics involved in recording, analyzing and reporting usability data.
- Filled with concrete examples and data from over 120 quantitative usability tests and survey results from other usability engineers
- Includes nine figures, seven tables, and fifteen references in 64 pages.