I thought some of you would be interested to see what the
Master's students have done on the web as a class collaboration.
They would be glad to hear from you with comments and suggestions.
-- Ben Shneiderman
GUIDE TO USABILITY FOR SOFTWARE ENGINEERS
The University of Maryland, Masters of Software Engineering, Fall 98,
Usability Engineering class (MSWE 613) is pleased to announce a web
resource called: 'The Guide to Usability for Software Engineers'
(GUSE). GUSE is a collection of pages intended for software
engineers, software project managers, and usability engineering
practitioners to find relevant resources on the Web relating to
We have divided the collection into a top level page, which serves as
an entry point, and ten subsections that contain information relevant to
the study of usability engineering:
1) Methodologies for Development (LUCID, MUSIC, etc.)
2) Management Strategies, Teamwork, and Case Studies
3) Standards & Guidelines Documents- Macintosh, Windows, Web, etc.
4) User Interface Building Tools - not Java
(Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, HTML, etc.)
5) User Interface Building Tools - Java
6) Testing methods and tools
7) Metrics and evaluation tools
8) Formal methods in interface specification
9) University degree programs and professional training courses
10) Conferences, books, videos, resources
These subsections each have their own page and collection of links
relevant to their respective subjects. For more information send
mail to the GUSE Advisory Board: mailto:[log in to unmask]