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  • Evaluating User Experience AndUser Engagement for Design Jennefer Hart PhD Year OneSupervisors: Professor Alistair Sutcliffe & Dr Antonella De Angeli Manchester Business School July 2011
  • Research Contribution  Extend (and Verify) User Experience Theories  Explore the Nature of Interactivity  Develop and Test New Research Methodologies  Inform Design Practice  Improve Product Design
  • Research Aims & Objectives ➤  To Investigate Key Constructs Extend the Cognitive Models (e.g., Interaction, Immersion, Flow, within Presence, Aesthetics, Emotion & User Experience Individual Dispositions). Develop Research ➤  To Capture User Experiences (as Methodologies they occur). Explore Prolonged Patterns of ➤  To Capture UX Patterns (over a Interaction prolonged time frame) Inform ➤  To Inform Design Guidelines (by Design determining what interactive Guidelines features elicit positive UX)
  • Research QuestionsRQ1: What are the key constructs that contribute to user engagement and user experience?RQ2: What design protocols or features lead to positive user experiences?RQ3: What are the patterns of interaction over prolonged use?
  • Research Plan & Methodology STUDY 1 STUDY 2 STUDY 3 Quasi- Controlled LongitudinalExperiment Experiment Study Diary X-Section Test Adapted Applied Study Survey Method Survey Method Method METHODS METHODS Retrospect Interview Observation Interview
  • Research Plan (1)Study One: Quasi Experiment  Compare 3 different levels of interactive protocols   Aesthetics & Usability   Interaction & Engagement (Flow & Presence)   Individual Aesthetic Disposition  Develop Research Methodology   Survey Instrument   Observation – Critical Incidents   Interval Mood Scales (iScale*)   Video - Facial ExpressionRSQ 1: What are the key constructs that contribute to user experience? *[Karapanos, Martens & Hassenzahl, 2009]
  • The National Gallery – Menu-based Interaction
  • The Google Art Project – Virtual Interaction
  • The Louvre – Interactive Animated Guide
  • Research Plan (2)Study Two: Controlled Experiment  Compare 2-3 different levels of interactive protocols   Bespoke Technologies   Same Content V Different Interactive Features (e.g. video, presence, virtual, etc)  Research Methodology (from Study One)   Tested Survey Instrument   Observation – Critical Incidents   Interval Mood Scales (iScale)   Video – Facial Expression  Focus on Key Design Features   Interactive Guide (Presence)   Virtual Environment (Flow & Engagement) RSQ 2: What design ‘features’ lead to positive user experiences?
  • Research Plan (3)Study Three: Longitudinal Study  Compare 2-3 different levels of interactive protocols   Existing technologies (within same domain)  Prolonged Time Frame   Capturing patterns of prolonged user experiences  Adapted Research Methodology   Diary Based Study   Experience Probes   Adapted Mood Scales (iScale)   Two Phased Survey   Staged Interviews   Selected Observation RSQ 3: What are the patterns of interaction over prolonged use?
  • Research Technologies: Personal Fitness Tools Classic Text Based Style Video Based Interaction StyleInteractive Customization Facility Active (Haptic) Interactive Style
  • Thank-you any questions?
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