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Keystroke Level Modeling: Another Usability Insight from UPA 2011

At UPA 2011, Michael Rawlins, Lori Hawkins, and Jeff Sauro¬†presented about¬†Keystroke Level Modeling (KLM), a tool for estimating the actual movements and the time to perform each step that a particular UI design requires for users to complete a given task. KLM offers a way to analyze the time on task required by a design […]

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