An overview of research currently being conducted in designing
products with high usability, incorporating human factors into the
design process. The 26 collected papers offer a view of current
practice and identify key concerns in evaluating usable designs,
covering the selection of evaluation methods, field studies, informal
methods, new evaluation methods, "off the shelf" evaluation methods,
and task analysis. These papers were originally presented as part
of the Usability Evaluation in Industry seminar held in Eindhoven,
The Netherlands, September, 1994.
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