Usability Analysis in Practice: Assessment for Redesign of the School of Information & Library Science Web Site.
This usability study was designed to analyze the current site and identify major issues so that a more user-centric site may be developed to replace the current one. As well, it will for the first time record quantitative data on the SILS web site and establish benchmark measures that future iterative designs can be compared against. This study was designed along the guidelines of two major usability experts - Jeffrey Rubin and Jakob Nielsen - to be a quick, inexpensive and effective method of evaluating a web site design.
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:world wide web sites – evaluation user interfaces testing usability human computer interaction
Date of Publication:04/22/2004