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The user's utopia: user testing of internet based travel information in the workplace

Kenyon, S.L. and Bennett, L.D. (2000) The user's utopia: user testing of internet based travel information in the workplace In, Tenth International Conference on Road Transport Information and Control (IEE conference publications). Institution Of Engineering And Technology pp. 46-50.

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The possibility of influencing modal choice via the provision of transport information on the Internet has been hypothesised by academics, govemment and industry alike. However, poor site design will hamper the potential of this medium to effect modal change.

This paper reports the findings of research into the usability of Internet-based travel information on the organisational Intranet. The paper discusses current Intemet use and travel information in the UK; evaluation methodology; and presents results and recommendations to improve the design and efficacy of travel web sites.

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Published date: 31 December 2000


Local EPrints ID: 75061
ISBN: 085296725X
PURE UUID: bb4c7182-ecb1-42cf-be80-6ea970991223

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:44

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Author: S.L. Kenyon
Author: L.D. Bennett

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