Creating Contextualised Usability Guides for Web Sites Design and Evaluation

Abstract : This work addresses the problem of creating usability guides for web sites design and evaluation. We present a web-distributed tool, called MetroWeb, to help web designers create and/or access to contextualised usability knowledge during the whole design process, in order to develop user-centred applications. The developer creates her own usability knowledge bases, which can be composed of other usability bases diffused by the tool, and uses this knowledge when designing and/or evaluating her web site. The usability knowledge forms a semantic network, in which various searching paths linked to user-centred design and evaluation are represented.
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Céline Mariage, Jean Vanderdonckt. Creating Contextualised Usability Guides for Web Sites Design and Evaluation. 5th International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces , Jan 2004, Funchal, Portugal. pp.145-156, ⟨10.1007/1-4020-3304-4_12⟩. ⟨hal-01319624⟩

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