Articles by Tonya L. Smith-Jackson

Tonya L. Smith-Jackson
is an Associate Professor in the
Grado Department of Industrial
and Systems Engineering (ISE),
where she teaches courses in
human factors engineering,
cognition, usability, and safety
systems. She is director and codirector
of 3 laboratories, and is
also the director of the Human
Factors Engineering and
Ergonomics Center. Her usability
work focuses on software and
hardware interfaces for mobile
phones, requirements elicitation
and application to design, and in
finding innovative and practical
ways to elicit and assess latent
factors in usability.

Decision Models for Comparative Usability Evaluation of Mobile Phones Using the Mobile Phone Usability Questionnaire (MPUQ)

Abstract A comparative usability evaluation was performed using various subjective evaluation methods, including Mobile Phone Usability Questionnaire (MPUQ). Further, decision-making models using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and multiple linear regression were developed and applied. Although the mean rankings of the four phones were not significantly different across the evaluation methods, there were variations across the […] [Read More阅读详情자세히 읽기Leia mais続きを読むLeer más]

Reliability and Validity of the Mobile Phone Usability Questionnaire (MPUQ)

Abstract This study was a follow-up to determine the psychometric quality of the usability questionnaire items derived from a previous study (Ryu and Smith-Jackson, 2005), and to find a subset of items that represents a higher measure of reliability and validity. To evaluate the items, the questionnaire was administered to a representative sample involving approximately […] [Read More阅读详情자세히 읽기Leia mais続きを読むLeer más]