HANDBOOK OF USABILITY TESTING  HOW TO PLAN  DESIGN AND CONDUCT EFFECTIVE TESTS  2ND ED

HANDBOOK OF USABILITY TESTING HOW TO PLAN DESIGN AND CONDUCT EFFECTIVE TESTS 2ND ED

Written by: Jeffrey Rubin And Dana Chisnell

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  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • Publish Date: 2008-06
  • ISBN-10: 8126516909
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Market_Desc: · Product Managers· Designers· Developers Special Features: · The authors are leading authorities on product usability testing; they will actively promote the book at conferences and training seminars· The first edition has sold more than 20,000 copies since it first published in 1994; the new book is 30% revised, with 100 new pages· The book covers testing of consumer products as well as software, so it has a very broad target audience· There is no direct competition About The Book: Handbook of Usability Testing, Second Edition, is a nuts-and-bolts guide for beginners, loaded with tips and tricks for effectively testing products of all types. From software, GUIs, and technical documentation, to medical instruments and exercise bikes, no matter what type of product, readers will learn to design and administer reliable tests to ensure that people find it easy and desirable to use. The Second Edition is fully updated---30% revised, with 100 new pages. Chapters are reorganized to reflect more current industry practices, outdated terminology is updated, and more varied examples are provided.

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