Haklay, M and Zafiri, A (2008) Usability Engineering for GIS: Learning from a screenshot. CARTOGRAPHIC JOURNAL , 45 (2) 87 - 97. 10.1179/174327708X305085.
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In this paper, the focus is on the concept of Usability Engineering for GIS - a set of techniques and methods that are especially suitable for evaluating the usability of GIS applications - which can he deployed as part of the development process. To demonstrate how the framework of Usability Engineering for GIS can be used in reality, a screenshot study is described. Users were asked to provide a screenshot of their GIS during, their working day. The study shows how, a simple technique can help in understanding the way GIS is used in situ.
|Title:||Usability Engineering for GIS: Learning from a screenshot|
|Keywords:||Usability Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, GIS, snapshot study|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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