A Comparison of Pseudo-Paper and Paper Prototyping Methods for Mobile Evaluations

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ConferenceThe International Workshop on MObile andNEtworking Technologies for social applications (MONET'2008),part of the LNCS OnTheMove (OTM) Federated Conferences andWorkshops, November 4, 2008., Monterrey, Mexico
Subjectmobile technology; paper prototyping; mobile lab-based usability evaluations
AbstractThe research presented in this paper is part of an ongoing investigation into how best to support meaningful lab-based usability evaluations of mobile technologies. In particular, we report on a comparative study of (a) a standard paper prototype of a mobile application used to perform an early-phase seated (static) usability evaluation, and (b) a pseudo-paper prototype created from the paper prototype used to perform an early-phase, contextually-relevant, mobile usability evaluation. We draw some initial conclusions regarding whether it is worth the added effort of conducting a usability evaluation of a pseudo-paper prototype in a contextually-relevant setting during early-phase user interface development.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number50705
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