Corporate control of data could give preferential access to an elite group of scientists at the largest corporations.
In this case study we describe a four-step process for eliciting and analyzing user behavior with products over an extended period of time. We used this methodology for conducting a comparative study of two mobile applications over a period of seven months with 17 participants.
The participants’ ultimate impressions of the applications differed markedly from their first impressions, lending further evidence that longitudinal study … is essential in evaluating product usability and usefulness.
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