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A Systematic Review of User-Centered Design Techniques

There are many systems that do not have an adequate level of usability, even though this is one of the most relevant quality attributes in software products. Therefore, it chooses to redesign these systems through techniques that provide favorable results in usability evaluations. Several authors have proposed the User-Centered Design framework as the right one to obtain optimal results with respect to metrics of this attribute, since it aims to design understandable software products, considering the needs and interests of end-users. Because of that, this article presents a systematic review to identify the techniques and tools that have been used to make redesigns of graphical user interfaces of software products following the User-Centered Design approach and that have been successful in usability measurements. It also shows the most reported usability evaluation methods in these cases, and the reasons why this process took place. A total of 146 studies were identified, of which 19 were selected as relevant to this review. According to the analysis, the most used technique to perform redesigns is prototyping and the usability evaluation method more employed is testing with users.

SALINAS, Elizabeth
PAZ, Freddy
Año: 2020
Título de la revista: 22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2020)
Ciudad: Copenhague, Dinamarca
Volumen: 22
Número: 22
Página inicial - Página final: 253-267
ISSN: 978-3-030-49712-5