UEM

(redirected from Usability Engineering Method)
AcronymDefinition
UEMUniversidad Europea de Madrid (Spanish: European University of Madrid; Spain)
UEMUniversidade Estadual de Maringa (State University of Maringa, Brazil)
UEMUser Environment Management
UEMUnion Economique et Monétaire (French: Economic and Monetary Union)
UEMUniversidade Eduardo Mondlane (Maputo, Mozambique)
UEMUpper Electronic Module
UEMUnited Evangelical Mission
UEMUnione Economica e Monetaria (Italian: Economic and Monetary Union)
UEMUnião Económica e Monetária (Portugal)
UEMUnited Engineers (Malaysia) Berhad
UEMUnion Européenne de Motocyclisme (European Motorcycle Union)
UEMUsine d'Électricité de Metz (French: Power Plant of Metz; Metz, France)
UEMUser Experience Management (various companies)
UEMUrban Environment Management
UEMUsability Engineering Method
UEMUniversal Energy Management (cellular phones)
UEMUsine Electrique Municipale (French: Municipal Electric Plant)
UEMUnified Electromagnetic (DTRA Nuclear Technology Modeling & Simulation)
UEMUnified Enterprise Ministry
UEMUse Estimating Model
UEMUtilities & Energy Manager (US government)
UEMUnion of Employers of Macedonia
UEMUnité d'Expertise en Radioprotection Médicale (French: Unit of Expertise in Medical Radiation Protection)
UEMUpper Echelon Muscle (car club; Alabama)
UEMUnité Électro-Magnétique (French: Electro-Magnetic Unit)
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federal government human subject restrictions, I approached the testing using mainly Nielsen's discount usability engineering methods. I also drew from the concept of iterative testing and the qualitative research principles of sampling and triangulation.
The issues discussed in the section are dealt with in more detail in the theme articles on usability side effects (Jameson 2009) and usability engineering methods (Spaulding and Weber 2009) in this issue.
An experienced UI designer who knows the costs and benefits of a variety of usability engineering methods is especially valuable in a highly constrained development environment.
By contrast, the analyses of users' tasks achieved with HCI usability engineering methods yield an understanding that informs the system's interaction design but is normally not represented or used in the system (see the usability engineering methods theme article [Spaulding and Weber 2009] in this issue).