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Subject:Evaluating user interface From:ROSE NORMAN <UAHRXN01 -at- UAHVAX1 -dot- BITNET> Date:Thu, 7 Oct 1993 10:53:00 CST
Does anyone have any tips on methods for evaluating a user interface?
I am sure there are standard procedures for this, but I'm not sure
where to look to find them written down. It's been over five years
since I took a course on CAI, which included evaluation as an element,
and I'd like know if there is an authoritative source on what to look
for and how to go through the evaluation process generally.
uahrxn01 -at- asnuah -dot- asn -dot- net -dot- internet
rnorman -at- uahvax1 -dot- bitnet