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Measurement of user experience: A Spanish language version of the user experience questionnaire (UEQ)

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5 Author(s)
Rauschenberger, M. ; MSP Medien-Systempartner, Oldenburg, Germany ; Olschner, S. ; Cota, M.P. ; Schrepp, M.
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To improve a product you will need most likely developers, managers and user feedback. Besides the basic software qualities other important properties are usability and user experience for developing a good product. Usability is well known and can be tested with e.g. a usability test or an expert review. In contrast user experience describes the whole impact a product has on the end-user. The timeline goes from before, while and after the use of a product. We present a tool that allows to evaluate the user experience of a product with little effort. We show in addition how this tool can be used for a continuous user experience assessment.

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Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI), 2012 7th Iberian Conference on

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20-23 June 2012