Simone Borsci
Simone Borsci
Assistant Professor of Human Factors and Cognitive Ergonomics & Honorary Senior Research Fellow at
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On the dimensionality of the System Usability Scale: a test of alternative measurement models
S Borsci, S Federici, M Lauriola
Cognitive processing 10 (3), 193-197, 2009
Assessing user satisfaction in the era of user experience: comparison of the SUS, UMUX, and UMUX-LITE as a function of product experience
S Borsci, S Federici, S Bacci, M Gnaldi, F Bartolucci
International journal of human-computer interaction 31 (8), 484-495, 2015
Empirical evidence, evaluation criteria and challenges for the effectiveness of virtual and mixed reality tools for training operators of car service maintenance
S Borsci, G Lawson, S Broome
Computers in Industry 67, 17-26, 2015
The abandonment of assistive technology in Italy: a survey of National Health Service users.
S Federici, F Meloni, S Borsci
European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine 52 (4), 516-526, 2016
Providing assistive technology in Italy: the perceived delivery process quality as affecting abandonment
S Federici, S Borsci
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 11 (1), 22-31, 2016
An ideal model of an assistive technology assessment and delivery process
S Federici, MJ Scherer, S Borsci
Technology and Disability 26 (1), 27-38, 2014
Web usability evaluation with screen reader users: implementation of the partial concurrent thinking aloud technique
F Stefano, S Borsci, G Stamerra
Cognitive processing 11 (3), 263-272, 2010
Usability evaluation: models, methods, and applications
S Federici, S Borsci
Reviewing and extending the five-user assumption: a grounded procedure for interaction evaluation
S Borsci, RD Macredie, J Barnett, J Martin, J Kuljis, T Young
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 20 (5), 1-23, 2013
The use and non-use of assistive technology in Italy: Preliminary data
S Federici, S Borsci
Everyday technology for independence and care, 979-986, 2011
Computer systems experiences of users with and without disabilities: an evaluation guide for professionals
S Borsci, M Kurosu, S Federici, ML Mele
CRC Press, 2013
Effects of a tall ship sail training experience on adolescents’ self-concept
M Capurso, S Borsci
International Journal of Educational Research 58, 15-24, 2013
Effectiveness of a multidevice 3D virtual environment application to train car service maintenance procedures
S Borsci, G Lawson, B Jha, M Burges, D Salanitri
Virtual reality 20 (1), 41-55, 2016
Designing medical technology for resilience: integrating health economics and human factors approaches
S Borsci, I Uchegbu, P Buckle, Z Ni, S Walne, GB Hanna
Expert review of medical devices 15 (1), 15-26, 2018
Beyond the user preferences: Aligning the prototype design to the users’ expectations
S Borsci, J Kuljis, J Barnett, L Pecchia
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 26 (1), 16-39, 2016
Health technology assessment methods guidelines for medical devices: how can we address the gaps? the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering perspective
J Polisena, R Castaldo, O Ciani, C Federici, S Borsci, M Ritrovato, D Clark, ...
International journal of technology assessment in health care 34 (3), 276-289, 2018
Relationship between trust and usability in virtual environments: An ongoing study
D Salanitri, C Hare, S Borsci, G Lawson, S Sharples, B Waterfield
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 49-59, 2015
How many testers are needed to assure the usability of medical devices?
S Borsci, RD Macredie, JL Martin, T Young
Expert review of medical devices 11 (5), 513-525, 2014
Usability evaluation with screen reader users: A video presentation of the PCTA’s experimental setting and rules
S Federici, S Borsci, ML Mele
Cognitive processing 11 (3), 285-288, 2010
Web popularity: an illusory perception of a qualitative order in information
S Federici, S Borsci, ML Mele, G Stamerra
Universal Access in the Information Society 9 (4), 375-386, 2010
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