Articles by Andrew Hodrien

Photo of Andrew HodrienDr. Hodrien is a Psychologist who received his PhD in Applied Psychology at the University of Salford. His PhD focused on user experience of prosthetics, with recent research (THINKlab, University of Salford) focusing on assessment of an immersive VR crowd-control simulation and usability of a multi-agency collaboration platform (MOBILISE project).

A Review of Post-Study and Post-Task Subjective Questionnaires to Guide Assessment of System Usability

Abstract Usability is a key consideration when developing an interactive software application because of the various outcomes it can produce. Accordingly, numerous evaluation methods have been proposed, however, a recent review of usability methods concluded there is no current consensus on models applied to usability. While questionnaires are a commonly used measure, it is unclear […] [Read More]