Author: Jim Buckley

Publications

Publication period start: 2005
Number of co-authors: 6

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Tony Cahill
1
Andrew Le Gear
1
J. J. Collins
1

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
J. J. Collins
1
Chris Exton
2
Tony Cahill
4

Publications

Carew, Deirdre, Exton, Chris, Buckley, Jim (2005): An empirical investigation of the comprehensibility of requirements specifications. In: ISESE 2005 - International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering 17-18 November, 2005, Noosa Heads, Australia. pp. 256-265. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISESE.2005.1541834

English, Michael, Buckley, Jim, Cahill, Tony (2005): A friend in need is a friend indeed [software metrics and friend functions]. In: ISESE 2005 - International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering 17-18 November, 2005, Noosa Heads, Australia. pp. 469-478. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISESE.2005.1541854

Gear, Andrew Le, Buckley, Jim, Collins, J. J. (2005): Software reconnexion: understanding software using a variation on software reconnaissance . In: ISESE 2005 - International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering 17-18 November, 2005, Noosa Heads, Australia. pp. 34-43. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISESE.2005.1541812

New to UX Design? We’re giving you a free ebook!

The Basics of User Experience Design

Download our free ebook The Basics of User Experience Design to learn about core concepts of UX design.

In 9 chapters, we’ll cover: conducting user interviews, design thinking, interaction design, mobile UX design, usability, UX research, and many more!

A valid email address is required.
316,755 designers enjoy our newsletter—sure you don’t want to receive it?

New to UX Design? We’re Giving You a Free ebook!

The Basics of User Experience Design

Download our free ebook The Basics of User Experience Design to learn about core concepts of UX design.

In 9 chapters, we’ll cover: conducting user interviews, design thinking, interaction design, mobile UX design, usability, UX research, and many more!

A valid email address is required.
316,755 designers enjoy our newsletter—sure you don’t want to receive it?