Wizard of Oz Testing

Wizard of Oz testing in usability engineering practices is traditionally done by showing the user a low-fidelity prototype (Ex. a drawing on paper) and asking the user to navigate the interface and execute a given task. The user can point to a button, signifying execution of the button. The test coordinator (Wizard) then shows the user the next page in the sequence. The goal is usually to observe the use and effectiveness of a proposed user interface by test participants.

For more details see the Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wizard_of_Oz_experiment

Last edited Feb 19, 2009 at 5:48 AM by AlexDP, version 1

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