Category:2007 - Evaluation of Benefits after Including Functional Usability Features in a System

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Status: Closed


Duration: 04.2007 - 06.2010



Short Description and Results:

The aim of the evaluation we have carried out is to study whether end users perceive the benefits of including Functional Usability Features (FUF) in a system. If so, the effort to include FUFs in a MDD method will be worthwhile, since FUFs improve end user’s satisfaction. Most HCI recommendations (including FUFs) are based on experts’ opinion and their usability improvement has not been empirically evaluated.

As results, we can state that FUFs generally improve user satisfaction independently of the experience in the use of applications developed with the MDD method. The analysis shows that time is independent of interaction with or without FUFs. Moreover, there is no difference between the time taken by experts in applications developed with the MDD method and beginners.


Panach, J. I., Juristo, N., Valverde, F., Pastor, O.(2014). "A framework to identify primitives that represent usability within Model-Driven Development methods." Information and Software Technology.


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