Articles by William J. Shelstad
Mr. Shelstad is a doctoral graduate student in the Human Factors and Behavioral Neurobiology graduate program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. His research interests include applied human-computer interaction, user experience, virtual and augmented reality, and purchasing in gaming contexts.
Validation of the GUESS-18: A Short Version of the Game User Experience Satisfaction Scale (GUESS)
Abstract The Game User Experience Satisfaction Scale (GUESS) is a 55-item tool assessing nine constructs describing video game satisfaction. While the development of the GUESS followed best practices and resulted in a versatile, comprehensive tool for assessing video game user experience, responding to 55 items can be cumbersome in situations where repeated assessments are necessary. […] [Read More]