Articles by Mark Chignell

Mark Chignell is Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto and Director of the Interactive Media Laboratory. He is a visiting scientist at the IBM Centre for Advanced Studies and at Keio University. His research is concerned with augmenting human capability through innovative user interface design.

Reverse Engineering of Content to Find Usability Problems: A Healthcare Case Study

Abstract For tools that involve the creation of an artifact or document, reverse engineering potentially provides an interesting alternative to task-based usability testing. In this case study, participants were shown an artifact and asked to recreate it using a software tool. Would the reverse engineering testing method be as successful as traditional task-based methods in […] [Read More]