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User-Centric Usability Evaluation For Enterprise 2.0 Platforms: A complementary multi-method approach

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A. Auinger, D. Nedbal, A. Hochmeier, A. Holzinger - User-Centric Usability Evaluation For Enterprise 2.0 Platforms: A complementary multi-method approach - Proceedings of the International Conference on e-Business (ICE-B 2011), Sevilla, Spanien, 2011, pp. 119-124

Abstract:

Enterprise 2.0 projects offer a great potential for enabling the effective identification, generation and utilization of information and knowledge within complex organizational processes; and have a deep impact on organizational changes. This paper focuses on a usability methodology, whereby the critical success factors include (i) efficient organization, (ii) guided by organizational needs, (iii) dealing with organizational complexity, and (iv) providing end user requirements. We present a complementary multi-method approach of user-centric usability evaluation methods including eye tracking, heuristic evaluation and a feedback blog. This evaluation approach in combination with continuous user training allows comprehensive enhancement of ability and motivation of the users, which leads to excellent project performance.

2011

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