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Subject:Re: Down Time From:"Charlotte H. Jacobsen" <chjac -at- AMROSE -dot- SPO -dot- DK> Date:Mon, 9 Feb 1998 14:00:59 +0100
I would prepare myself on how to do usability testing during the design
process. If you haven't done this before, a good place to start is
reading and following the instructions in Redish' and Dumas' book about
usability testing. I loaned out the book, so I can't give you all the
data right now, sorry. The book also contains some sections on how to
start up a new project with usability in mind.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gemmingen, Vic [SMTP:vlg -at- NCIINC -dot- COM]
> Here's the issue: What would you do to prepare for the task of
> online help for an application that has yet to be created?