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Evaluating User Experience in Games

Concepts and Methods

Bernhaupt, Regina (Ed.)

2010, IX, 277p.

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From the reviews:

“The book promises to address the evaluation of user experience, it provides little in terms of actual analysis and more in terms of anecdotes of data collection efforts for various specific games. … provides a broad overview of the practice of gathering user experience data for computer-based games. … The current volume is appropriate for a course that introduces the concepts of collecting user feedback in a traditional HCI and game development setting.” (Thom McLean, ACM Computing Reviews, December, 2010)

 

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