Articles by Fatma Elbabour

Ms. Elbabour is an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Information Technology, University of Benghazi, Libya. She holds a Master degree in Information Systems from the School of Computer Sciences, University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK. Her current research interests focus on human computer interaction and usability.

Eye Tracking in Retrospective Think-Aloud Usability Testing: Is There Added Value?

Abstract Eye tracking is the process of recording users’ eye movements while they are looking at the location of an object. In usability testing, this technique is commonly used in combination with think-aloud protocols. This paper presents an experimental study involving 24 participants; with the aim of comparing two variants of retrospective think-aloud (RTA) methods, […] [Read More]