Usability Research Lab
Since 2002 the Usability Research Lab (URL) at Texas Tech University has generated significant research leading to publications, patents, and funding. In addition, it has served as a training resource for hundreds of students from multiple disciplines.
The core mission of the URL focuses on three important aims:
- Cultivate ground-breaking research
- Provide effective usability-related services to clients
- Teach students to understand and practice usability fundamental concepts and methods.
In the News
Apply to become the next Assistant Director for the URL
The URL provides a lab appointment, and an enhanced stipend, for an eligible PhD student interested in serving as Assistant Director of the URL. Previous URL Assistant Directors have gone on to successful work in industry and academia. If you’d like to apply to be Assistant Director of the URL starting in September of 2015, read more about the process.
Grinbath’s Eyeguide Mobile Tracker Now on the Market
Grinbath, a startup that spun off from research begun in the URL in 2010, has begun selling its latest product, the Eyeguide Mobile Tracker. The Eyeguide Mobile Tracker allows researchers to conduct experiments in the field, even view what users see as they see it.