High quality user experience (UX) has become a central competitive factor for product development in mature consumer markets. Improving UX of systems requires evaluation, but traditional usability testing methods are not adequate for evaluating UX. There is a growing need to learn new methods for studying user experience, i.e. for investigating how people feel . . . → Read More: Course materials on UX evaluation methods
We are happy to invite you all to attend a half day course on UX evaluation methods at CHI conference (Paris, France) on April 30, 2013!
If you are overwhelmed by the number of UX evaluation methods on this site, we will explain how to choose a suitable method for your evaluation case. . . . → Read More: UX Evaluation Methods course @ CHI’13
User Experience (UX), as a research area in the field of HCI, has a relatively short history but a long list of issues to be resolved. Apart from the thorny definitional issue, the measurement issue entails further exploration. It can be argued from both the theoretical and practical perspective. With this survey we aim . . . → Read More: UX Measurement Attitudes Survey (UXMAS)
How to Utilize User Experience Goals in Design?
If this is a question that you have been pondering, we welcome you to write about it and participate our workshop in NordiCHI 2012 conference, October 14, Copenhagen, Denmark!
NordiCHI 2012 Workshop on UX Goals: How to Utilize User Experience Goals in Design?
Deadline . . . → Read More: UX Goals workshop @ NordiCHI’12
We are happy to invite you all to attend a half day course on UX evaluation methods at CHI conference (Austin, Texas) in May.
If you are overwhelmed by the number of UX evaluation methods on this site, we will explain how to choose a suitable method for your evaluation case. You can . . . → Read More: UX Evaluation Methods course @ CHI’12
If you have applied known theories in your UX work, please tell us about it! We will organize a workshop in CHI’12 conference on Theories Behind UX Research and How They are Used in Practice.
We welcome position papers by January 13, 2011.
If you are interested to get an introduction to the set of user experience evaluation methods available on this site, there will be a tutorial in Lisbon, Portugal, on September 6, 2011. The tutorial is part of the INTERACT conference, so for details, please check the list of INTERACT tutorials. This tutorial is number . . . → Read More: Tutorial on UX evaluation methods @ Lisbon
A prestigious group of user experience experts has been working on a User Experience White Paper, which is an important step towards a common understanding on “what is UX”.
We are proud to publish the UX White Paper on this site, where it is freely available for anyone interested. Enjoy!
On behalf of the . . . → Read More: UX White Paper published
The day has come: Allaboutux.org is alive! This is an independent site to share and, one day, also collect information about user experience (UX).
There has been an active group of researchers collecting user experience evaluation methods, frameworks, and definitions for several years now. We promised to bring the results back to the people who . . . → Read More: Welcome to Allaboutux.org!