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Performing contextual inquiries with eye tracking can identify paint-points in user workflows and make a compelling case for change.

Article by James Breeze
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An excerpt from the new Rosenfeld Media book, Eye Tracking the User Experience by Aga Bojko answers the question: to track or not to track?

Article by Aga Bojko
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Looking through the Google Glass (so to speak) with the help of Descartes and Peirce, one can see a product with a name that appeals to all users’ low-tech experiences.

Article by Rebekah Rousi
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Usability testing becomes more effective when you combine quantitative data with eye tracking results that have been cross-referenced using qualitative research

Article by Alexis Conomos, James Breeze
Share:Quantitative Research and Eye-Tracking: A match made in UX heaven
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Designing for visceral reactions in your users can create experiences that deliver emotional satisfaction and drive habitual use.

Article by Chuck Longanecker, Morgan Brown
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Where user experience in cars is concerned, there are distinct advantages and disadvantages to moving systems to the cloud.

Article by Steve Tengler
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