Usability Evaluation Method based on ISO/IEC SQuaRE: A Systematic Mapping Study
Usability Evaluation Methods are essential in measuring the success of the software. Several methods have been able to measure some sub-characteristics that have been required in the ISO SQuaRE. However, there are some other sub-characteristics included in the measurement. Several methods such as heuristic evaluation, usability testing, and questionnaire are methods often used. There are 16 paper of 52 papers were selected for the assessment and analysis of the utilization of the ISO sub-characteristics. Most papers show that learnability is a sub-characteristic that widely used in the assessment, other papers proposed additional sub-components such as attractiveness, ease of use, and security.
Keywords: Systematic Mapping Study; Usability Evaluation Method; ISO/IEC SQuaRE
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Tenia Wahyuningrum, S.Kom., M.T. Currently is pursuing her doctoral program in Computer Science and Electronics Departments, Faculty of Mathematics & Natural Science, Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta. She took her undergraduate (S.Kom) at STMIK Widya Utama Purwokerto in 2005, and Master (M.T) in Electrical Engineering Department at Institut Teknologi Bandung in 2010. Her research area of interest are Human Computer Interaction, Software Quality, Soft Computing, and Software Engineering.
Dr. Azhari, M.T. He had his undergraduated (S.Si) in Statistics from Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta. He was granted a degree of Master level by Institut Teknologi Bandung. He presented his dissertation and was declared to pass the exams Ph.D in Computer Science from Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta. His research area of interest includes Software Engineering, Project Management, Intelligent Agent.