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13 - 02 - 2004

Analyzing Usability Quantitatively

Jeff Sauro's site measuring usability .com is a great introduction into the issues and rewards of quantitatively measuring usability.  Articles expound upon the intracies of task timing, task order randomization, and a fresh approach to thinking about sample size.  Based upon a initial reading, these articles all express themes in line with the design rationale of Uzilla.net. For instance, Uzilla.net allows partialing out page load time, supports task order randomization, and of course, by easing the preparation and analysis phases, enables a greater number of participants.
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