MDO Article: The Value Of Eye-Tracking Software In Medical Device Usability Testing

When conducting usability testing, moderators rely heavily upon observations and interviews in order to evaluate medical devices. However, as Data & Systems Analyst Mahajabin Rahman points out in Design Science’s most recent article for MedDeviceOnline, the use of eye-tracking software can support these methods with objective, real-time data.

For more information on the technical benefits and limitations of using eye-tracking software in usability testing, read the full article here: http://www.meddeviceonline.com/doc/the-value-of-eye-tracking-software-in-medical-device-usability-testing-0001?platform=hootsuite

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