Torkil Clemmensen
Torkil Clemmensen
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TitleCited byYear
Getting access to what goes on in people's heads?: reflections on the think-aloud technique
J Nielsen, T Clemmensen, C Yssing
Proceedings of the second Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction …, 2002
4042002
Cultural cognition in usability evaluation
T Clemmensen, M Hertzum, K Hornbæk, Q Shi, P Yammiyavar
Interacting with computers 21 (3), 212-220, 2009
972009
Non-universal usability?: a survey of how usability is understood by Chinese and Danish users
O Frandsen-Thorlacius, K Hornbæk, M Hertzum, T Clemmensen
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2009
792009
How do usability professionals construe usability?
M Hertzum, T Clemmensen
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 70 (1), 26-42, 2012
642012
Four approaches to user modelling—a qualitative research interview study of HCI professionals' practice
T Clemmensen
Interacting with computers 16 (4), 799-829, 2004
502004
Influence of cultural background on non-verbal communication in a usability testing situation
P Yammiyavar, T Clemmensen, J Kumar
International Journal of Design 2 (2), 2008
492008
An overview of a decade of journal publications about culture and human-computer interaction (HCI)
T Clemmensen, K Roese
IFIP Working Conference on Human Work Interaction Design, 98-112, 2009
462009
Making HCI theory work: an analysis of the use of activity theory in HCI research
T Clemmensen, V Kaptelinin, B Nardi
Behaviour & Information Technology 35 (8), 608-627, 2016
442016
Cultural usability tests–How usability tests are not the same all over the world
T Clemmensen, Q Shi, J Kumar, H Li, X Sun, P Yammiyavar
International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, 281-290, 2007
422007
Templates for cross-cultural and culturally specific usability testing: results from field studies and ethnographic interviewing in three countries
T Clemmensen
Intl. Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 27 (7), 634-669, 2011
392011
Usability problem identification in culturally diverse settings
T Clemmensen
Information Systems Journal 22 (2), 151-175, 2012
382012
Personal usability constructs: How people construe usability across nationalities and stakeholder groups
M Hertzum, T Clemmensen, K Hornbæk, J Kumar, Q Shi, P Yammiyavar
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 27 (8), 729-761, 2011
372011
The cultural usability (CULTUSAB) project: studies of cultural models in psychological usability evaluation methods
T Clemmensen, T Plocher
International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, 274-280, 2007
362007
Usability constructs: A cross-cultural study of how users and developers experience their use of information systems
M Hertzum, T Clemmensen, K Hornbæk, J Kumar, Q Shi, P Yammiyavar
International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, 317-326, 2007
312007
Reframing HCI through local and indigenous perspectives
J Abdelnour-Nocera, T Clemmensen, M Kurosu
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 29 (4), 201-204, 2013
292013
Whatever happened to the psychology of human-computer interaction? A biography of the life of a psychological framework within a HCI journal
T Clemmensen
Information Technology & People 19 (2), 121-151, 2006
292006
Towards a theory of cultural usability: A comparison of ADA and CM-U theory
T Clemmensen
International Conference on Human Centered Design, 416-425, 2009
282009
Cultural cognition in the thinking-aloud method for usability evaluation
T Clemmensen, M Hertzum, K Hornbæk, Q Shi, P Yammiyavar
Icis 2008 Proceedings, 189, 2008
282008
Community knowledge in an emerging online professional community: The case of sigchi. dk
T Clemmensen
Knowledge and Process Management 12 (1), 43-52, 2005
282005
Human Work Interaction Design: Usability in Social, Cultural and Organizational Contexts: Second IFIP WG 13.6 Conference, HWID 2009, Pune, India, October 7-8, 2009, Revised …
D Katre, R Orngreen, P Yammiyavar, T Clemmensen
Springer, 2010
252010
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