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QUIS: Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction (ISR IP)

ISR intellectual property available to license

Inventors
Ben Shneiderman, Kent Norma

Description
The QUIS™ is an instrument which evaluates user satisfaction with the human-computer interface aspect of other software packages and computer systems. It has been standardized over a number of applications and research studies. The QUIS™ assesses six factors of overall reactions to a system and 21 components which contribute to usability. It can be used either in its current form or be modified to meet particular research needs. The QUIS™ includes three versions: paper, Windows, and Macintosh Spinnaker Plus™ stackware.

System Requirements
Macintosh and Windows versions available. 2 MB RAM and Helvetica font must be installed for proper text display. For more information visit http://lap.umd.edu/quis/top.html.

For more information
If you would like to license this intellectual property, have questions, would like to contact the inventors, or need more information, contact ISR External Relations Director Jeff Coriale at coriale@umd.edu or 301.405.6604.

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June 15, 2007


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For more information, contact ISR External Relations Director
Jeff Coriale at coriale@umd.edu or 301.405.6604.

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