CHI 2019

Noldus is excited to return to CHI and exhibit at the upcoming 2019 conference, from 6-9 May 2019!

Meet Noldus at CHI 2019

The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. CHI – pronounced ‘kai’ – is a place where researchers and practitioners gather from across the world to discuss the latest in interactive technology.

Meet us at CHI 2019 in Glasgow, UK and learn more about our tools for your UX research.

Capture the user experience with Viso

Viso is the user-friendly software suite for audio, video, and screen capture recording, debriefing, and playback. Your user experience research and usability testing will definitely benefit from this new software suite.

Efficient UX data insights with Cube

Eye tracking data collected during user experience tests is usually visualized into heat maps. Going beyond traditional gaze heat maps used in eye tracking, CubeHX provides rich visualizations of what users actually experience along the entire user journey. Thanks to the triangulation of facial expressions, physical reactions, and eye tracking data, CubeHX provides UX researchers and designers with unique insights on what generates emotion or cognitive load on their interface.

Watch the movie below to learn more about how CubeHX works

From data collection to insightful results using CubeHX: Prof. Pierre-Majorique Léger tells about user experience research and how to measure users' interactions with technology.

The Observer XT: collect, analyse, and present your observational data

The Observer XT® is the most powerful software tool for behavioral observation and video analysis. The Observer XT facilitates easy integration of eye tracking, physiological, and FaceReader data. Also, with uLog, you can record mouse clicks, keystrokes, and scrolls. Need to ask questions to your participants? Add a survey with your recorded video using the uASQ tool. Get complete insight into the relationships between the experimental conditions, overt behavior, and physiological responses.

FaceReader: software for automatic recognition of facial expressions

Emotion data provides crucial insights that allow researchers to explain complex behaviors in greater depth. Because human assessment of emotions has many limitations and biases, facial expression technology can help to deliver a greater level of insight into behavior patterns. FaceReader™ is ideal for collecting this data, and helps you to better understand human-human, human-machine, and human-product interactions.

Eye trackers

Add substantial power to your lab set up with eye trackers. This advanced technology measures visual attention, mental load, and arousal. See where your participant is looking at! Eye trackers produce gaze path video and large quantities of rich data, all related to attention and emotion.

We look forward meeting you in-person in Glasgow!

How to build a usability lab?

Usability testing can be carried out in a usability lab, or on-site with a portable lab. So how do you build a usability lab? This How To is a good starting point for your usability lab. 

Usability testing in a usability lab

Would you like to know more about our usability testing tools and UX solutions? Please let us know!

Date: 
Saturday, 4 May, 2019 to Thursday, 9 May, 2019
Location: 
Glasgow, UK