Usability Test on a Learning Website by Using the Eye Tracking Method

Authors

  • Nukhe Andri Silviana Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Medan Area, Medan, Indonesia
  • Trinaldo Anangjasa Sihotang Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Medan Area, Medan, Indonesia

Keywords:

E-Learning, Usability, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Eye tracking

Abstract

The usability of a learning website is necessity to ensure its effectiveness and efficiency. The study aims to discover the usability test results and find out how to propose the improvements of a learning website. The usability evaluation was carried out by employing the Eye Tracking method, a technique that allows academics or researchers to analyze the visual aspect, including users’ search, usage duration, and the searching order. The test is performed by providing several tasks to the respondent, then recording the processing time. The results revealed that the level of effectiveness’ calculation in Task 1 obtained a percentage of 88.57%, 41.63% in Task 2 and 48.57% in Task 3. Moreover, the efficiency level calculation shows that, TBE in Task 1 = 0.038 goals/sec, TBE in Task 2 = 0.024 goals/sec, TBE in Task 3 = 0.031 goals/sec. Then, ORE in Task 1 = 85.99%, ORE in Task 2 = 29.83%, ORE in Task 3 = 34.44 %. Hence, it was illustrated that the website should be improved on the area of interests.

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Published

19-01-2023

How to Cite

[1]
N. A. Silviana and T. A. Sihotang, “Usability Test on a Learning Website by Using the Eye Tracking Method”, IJRESM, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 48–51, Jan. 2023.

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