Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts addressing various aspects of quantitative and qualitative usability studies that have a strong generalization value to other practitioners working with any human-interactive product.

This can include (but are not limited to):

  • Empirical findings of usability studies (but not the full usability reports)
  • Comparative studies between usability methods, approaches, methods, and techniques for planning and conducting usability tests
  • Newly defined and tested usability metrics
  • Data analysis approaches
  • Academic research that has strong practical and applicable implications to design and testing
  • Critical or thought/discussion papers challenging and questioning practices and proposing innovative ideas and approaches
  • Reporting the design and implementation of teaching or training approaches
  • Descriptions and discussions of automated, computerized tools for usability data collection and testing
  • The empirical development and implementation of usability standards and guidelines

‘Usability studies’ can include:

  • Experiments
  • Laboratory studies
  • Field studies
  • Contextual inquiries
  • Ethnographic studies
  • Remote testing
  • Expert or heuristic evaluations
  • Model-based evaluations
  • Other techniques
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