Gilbert Cockton
Gilbert Cockton
School of Computing, University of Sunderland
Zweryfikowany adres z sunderland.ac.uk
TytułCytowane przezRok
Why and when five test users aren’t enough
A Woolrych, G Cockton
Proceedings of IHM-HCI 2001 conference 2, 105-108, 2001
2112001
Designing worth is worth designing
G Cockton
Proceedings of the 4th Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction …, 2006
2052006
Design principles for interactive software
C Gram, G Cockton
Springer, 1996
185*1996
Inspection-based methods
G Cockton, A Woolrych, K Hornbæk, E Frøkjær
The human-computer interaction handbook: Fundamentals, evolving technologies …, 2012
181*2012
Inspection based evaluations
G Cockton, A Woolrych, D Lavery
The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook : Fundamentals, Evolving …, 2007
1812007
Comparison of evaluation methods using structured usability problem reports
D Lavery, G Cockton, MP Atkinson
Behaviour & Information Technology 16 (4-5), 246-266, 1997
1811997
Value-centred HCI
G Cockton
Proceedings of the third Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction …, 2004
1582004
Understanding inspection methods: lessons from an assessment of heuristic evaluation
G Cockton, A Woolrych
People and Computers XV—Interaction without Frontiers, 171-191, 2001
1342001
A development framework for value-centred design
G Cockton
CHI'05 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 1292-1295, 2005
1302005
From quality in use to value in the world
G Cockton
CHI'04 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 1287-1290, 2004
1132004
The magic number 5: is it enough for web testing?
N Bevan, C Barnum, G Cockton, J Nielsen, J Spool, D Wixon
CHI'03 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 698-699, 2003
1062003
Ingredients and Meals Rather Than Recipes: A Proposal for Research That Does Not Treat Usability Evaluation Methods as Indivisible Wholes
A Woolrych, K Hornbæk, E Frøkjær, G Cockton
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 27 (10), 940-970, 2011
1002011
Sale must end: should discount methods be cleared off HCI's shelves?
G Cockton, A Woolrych
interactions 9 (5), 13-18, 2002
922002
A framework for usability problem extraction
G Cockton, D Lavery
INTERACT’99, 344-352, 1999
701999
Usability Evaluation
G Cockton
The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed., 2013
672013
FEATURE Designing worth---connecting preferred means to desired ends
G Cockton
interactions 15 (4), 54-57, 2008
652008
Changing analysts' tunes: the surprising impact of a new instrument for usability inspection method assessment
G Cockton, A Woolrych, L Hall, M Hindmarch
People and Computers, 145-162, 2003
632003
From doing to being: bringing emotion into interaction
G Cockton
Interacting with Computers 14 (2), 89-92, 2002
512002
Revisiting usability's three key principles
G Cockton
CHI'08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 2473-2484, 2008
462008
Maturing usability: Quality in software, interaction and value
ELC Law, LC Law, ET Hvannberg, G Cockton
Springer, 2008
42*2008
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