We are happy to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of the
Journal of Usability Studies.

The first issue includes an invited thought-provoking essay by Jakob Nielsen
on: "Usability for the Masses". In addition, it includes four peer-reviewed
articles on the ecological validity of lab vs. field studies of mobile
applications, a systems control framework for iterative usability testing, a
report on the development of formative tests report format, and on the
heuristics of travel web sites.

The first issue is published at:
http://www.upassoc.org/upa_publications/jus/index.html

The JUS is a UPA peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to promoting and
enhancing the practice, research, ethics, and education of usability
engineering. Authors are invited to submit manuscripts addressing various
aspects of quantitative and qualitative usability studies that have a strong
generalization value to other practitioners working with any
human-interactive product.

Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts, discuss ideas and submission
suitability with the editor at:
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The editorial board of JUS and UPA

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