Articles by Riitta Kangaskorte

Riitta Kangaskorte is a project engineer at Oulu Southern institute, University of Oulu, Ylivieska, Finland. She holds a M.Sc. degree in computer science since 2008. Her research interests are human-computer interaction, usability and user experience.

The Combined Walkthrough: Measuring Behavioral, Affective, and Cognitive Information in Usability Testing

Abstract This paper describes an experiment in studying users’ behavior, emotions, and cognitive processes in single usability testing sessions using an experimental method called the combined walkthrough. The users’ behavior was studied using task times and completion rates, and emotions were studied using bipolar scales for experienced valence and arousal. Cognition was studied after each […] [Read More]