Final project report
Final report to FKK [download]
Qingxin Shi (2010) “An emprical Study of Thinking Aloud Usability Testing from a Cultural Perspective”. Department of Informatics, CBS. The thesis work can be received by mailing email@example.com
Jyoti Kumar, (2010). Comparative study of users’ experiental data collection techniques for human computer interaciton design in cross cultural settings, IIT Guwahati, supervisor: Pradeep Yammiyavar. [download – 30 mb]
Katre, D.; Orngreen, R.; Yammiyavar, P.; Clemmensen, T. (Eds.), (2010). Human Work Interaction Design: Usability in Social, Cultural and Organizational Contexts, Proceedings for Cultural Usability project end conference, held in conjunction with the second IFIP WG 13.6 Conference, HWID 2009, Pune, India, October 7-8, 2009, Revised Selected Papers. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, Vol. 316 1st Edition., 2010, 253 p. <pre-conference proceedings>; <link to post-conference book>.
Morten Hertzum, Torkil Clemmensen, Kasper Hornbæk, Jyoti Kumar, Qingxin Shi & Pradeep Yammiyavar (2011): Personal Usability Constructs: How People Construe Usability Across Nationalities and Stakeholder Groups, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 27:8,729-761 [download paper]
Clemmensen, Torkil (2011) ‘Templates for Cross-Cultural and Culturally Specific Usability Testing:Results From Field Studies and Ethnographic Interviewing in Three Countries’, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 27: 7, 634 — 669 [download paper]
Clemmensen, Torkil; Hertzum, Morten; Hornbaek, Kasper; Shi, Qingzin; and Yammiyavar, Pradeep. (2009). Cultural Cognition in Usability Evaluation, Interacting with computers, Volume 21, Issue 3, July 2009, Pages 212-220 [download paper]
Yammiyavar, P. G., Clemmensen, T. and Kumar, J. (2008). Influence of Cultural Background on Non-verbal Communication in a Usability Testing Situation. International Journal of Design,2,2.[download paper]
Nielsen, L. & Andersen, S.F. (2008) Are Easterners and Westerners always different? Design for all, vol 3, no 2, p48-56.[download paper]
Kumar, J. , Yammiyavar, P., and Nielsen, J. (2008). Mind Tape technique – a usability evaluation method for tracing cognitive processes in cross cultural settings, e-Minds, Vol 1, No 3.[download paper]
Clemmensen, T. (2008). Interaction design & Usability from an Indian perspective
– Talks with: Apala Chavan, Anirudha Joshi, Dinesh Katre, Devashish Pandya, Sammeer Chabukswar, Pradeep Yammiyavar. Institut for Informatik, Howitzvej 60, DK – 2000 Frederiksberg, Working Paper nr. 02-2008, ISBN: 978-87-89550-01-5.[download paper]
Nawaz, A., Plocher, T., Clemmensen, T., Qu, W., & Sun, X. (2007). Cultural differences in the structure of categories in Denmark and China. Department of Informatics, CBS, Working Paper nr. 03-2007. [download paper]
Yammiyavar, P. and Clemmensen, T. (2009). HCI in Indian ICT Education – Role of European collaborative projects, i4d- Information for development, vol. VII, no. 8, October-December 2009, p24-30.
Paper from HCI International 2009
Clemmensen, Torkil (awarded Best Paper Award for the Human Centered Design at HCI2009, San Diego, USA).Towards a theory of cultural usability: A comparison of ADA and CMU theory . [download paper]
Paper from CHI2009
Frandsen-Thorlacius, O, Hornbæk, K., Hertzum, M. & Clemmensen, T. (Honorable mention paper awarded by SIGHCI at CHI2009, Boston, USA). Non-Universal Usability? A Survey of How Usability Is Understood by Chinese and Danish Users. [download paper]
Paper from ICIS2008
Clemmensen, Torkil; Hertzum, Morten; Hornbaek, Kasper; Shi, Qingzin; and Yammiyavar, Pradeep. (2008). “Cultural Cognition in the Thinking-Aloud Method for Usability Evaluation” (2008). ICIS 2008 Proceedings. Paper 189. http://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2008/189. [download paper]
Papers from NordiCHI2008
Shi, Qingxin (2008). A Field Study of the Relationship and Communication between Chinese Evaluators and Users in Thinking Aloud Usability Tests, NordiCHI 2008, October 20-22, Lund, Sweden. Full paper. [download paper]
Clemmensen, T. (editor)(2008). Cultural Usability and Human Work Interaction Design – techniques that connects: Proceedings from NordiCHI 2008 Workshop Sunday October 19, 2008, Lund, Sweden. Published as Department of Informatics, CBS, Howitzvej 60, DK – 2000 Frederiksberg, Working Paper nr. 01-2008.[download paper] with contributions from:
Papers from CHI2008
Shi, Qingxin and Clemmensen, T. (2008). Communication Patterns and Usability Problem Finding in Cross-Cultural Thinking Aloud Usability Testing, CHI 2008, April 5–10, 2008, Florence, Italy. Work-in-progress paper.[download paper]
Clemmensen, T. and Shi, Qingxin(2008). What is part of a Usability Test? , CHI 2008, April 5–10, 2008, Florence, Italy. Work-in-progress paper [download paper].
Papers from DHRS2007
Shi, Q., & clemmensen, T. (2007). Communication pattern and usability problem finding in cross-cultural thinking aloud usability testing. In A. H. Jørgensen (Ed.), The Seventh Danish HCI Research Symposium (DHRS 2007). IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark [download paper]
Nawaz, A., & Clemmensen, T. (2007). Cultural differences in the structure of categories among users of clipart in Denmark and China. In A. H. Jørgensen (Ed.), The Seventh Danish HCI Research Symposium (DHRS 2007). IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark.[download paper]
Papers from PPCOE 2007
Qu, W., Sun, X., Nawaz, A., Plocher, T., & Clemmensen, t. (2007). Cultural differences between Chinese and Dane in card sorting, The Eighth Pan-Pacific Conference on Occupational Ergonomics (PPCOE 2007). Bangkok, Thailand.[download paper]
Papers from HCI International 2007 in Beijing [download papers by clicking the text:]
The Cultural Usability (CULTUSAB) Project: Studies of Cultural Models in Psycological Usability Evaluation Methods by Torkil Clemmensen and Tom Plocher, HCI International 2007
Comparing User and Software Information Structures for Compatibility by Thomas Plocher & Torkil Clemmensen, HCI International 2007
Differences in Task Descriptions in the Think Aloud Test by Lene Nielsen & Sameer Chavan, HCI International 2007
Analyzing non-verbal cues in Usability Evaluation Tests by Pradeep Yammiyavar, Torkil Clemmensen and Jyoti Kumar, HCI International 2007
Cultural Usability Tests – How Usability Tests Are Not the Same All over the World by Torkil Clemmensen, Qingxin Shi, Jyoti Kumar, Huiyang Li, Xiangbong Sun & Pradeep Yammiyavar, HCI International 2007
HCI and SE – The Cultures of the Professions by Anirudha Joshi, HCI International 2007
Tracing cognitive processes for usability evaluation: A cross Cultural Mind Tape study by Jyoti Kumar, Janni Nielsen & Pradeep Yammiyavar, HCI International 2007
Relationship Model in Cultural Usability Testing by Qingxin Shi and Torkil Clemmensen, HCI International 2007
Usability Constructs: A Cross-Cultural Study of How Users and Developers Experience Their Use of Information Systems by Morten Hertzum, Torkil Clemmensen, Kasper Hornbæk, Jyoti Kumar, Qingxin Shi and Pradeep Yammiyavar, HCI International 2007
Language issues in cross cultural usability testing: a pilot study in China by Xianghong Sun and Qingxin Shin, HCI International 2007
Proceedings of the Indo-Euro HCI Research Symposium
Cross Cultural issues in HCI. Hosted by IITG (Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati) Assam, India.
DHRS2006 – www.daimi.au.dk/dhrs2006
Some of the publications from the Cultural Usability project are available here.
Results will be sought published in high level international HCI journals such as Interacting with Computers, Behaviour & Information Technology, and International Journal of Human Computer Studies. Publication in psychology journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology will be considered in relation to the specific findings of the project.
An edited book on Cultural Usability will be the target outcome of the conference held at the end of the project.
Copenhagen Business School, www.cbs.dk
Indian Institute of Technology www.iitg.ernet.in
Chinese Academy of Science, www.cas.ch
Roskilde Univeristy www.ruc.dk
University of Copenhagen www.diku.dk
Snitker & Co uk.snitker.com
HFI India www.humanfactors.com