Articles by José A. Macías

Dr. Macías works as Associate Professor in the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he obtained his PhD in Computer Science. He has been a researcher in the field of Human-Computer Interaction for more than 20 years, contributing with works related to usability, user-centered design, and end-user development.

Enhancing Card Sorting Dendrograms through the Holistic Analysis of Distance Methods and Linkage Criteria

Abstract Card sorting has been widely used in information architecture to analyze and improve web content and navigation. This is an intuitive and cost-effective technique also useful in user research and evaluation. However, while the implementation of sorting tasks comprises a constructive and easy-to-accomplish process, the quantitative analysis of resulting card-sorting data can be a […] [Read More]