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    • Human Computer Interface
      Mobile application
      May 2 2011
      Aaron Lu
      Baldwin Tang
      • CONCEPT
      GRID reader
      • Efficient, Instant, and Attractive.
      • User can customize content to their specific interests.
      • Grid view allow users to view content efficiently.
      • COMPETITIVE USABILTY TEST
      • Goal
      • Test
      To discover what features users want out of a mobile reading device.
      • Compare Pulse and Flud, both are customizable RSS readers
      • Survey at the end of test
      • We examine how the users interact with the application, find out what they like or dislike, and find out what they want out of a mobile application.
      VS
      • COMPETITIVE USABILTY TEST
      • Result
      • Contrast of colors.
      • Design is comfortable.
      • Good font size.
      • Buttons are too small and hard to read.
      • Category of information is not clear.
      • Useful but the interface is confusing and clunky.
      • The gestures are not consistent throughout design.
      • COMPETITIVE USABILTY TEST
      Different types of information should be displayed in different ways.
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE
      LOGO
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE
      LOGO
      Twitter
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE
      Like it
      LOGO
      Facebook
      Twitter
      Email
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      Satisfaction
      Usability
      Errors
      Memorability
      Efficiency
      Learnability
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      Learnability
      How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter the App design?
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      Efficiency
      Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks?
      75%
      2~3mins
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      Memorability
      When users return to the design after a period of not using it, how easily can they reestablish proficiency?
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      Errors
      How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors?
      Tutorial skipped
      Search for what?
      How to manage?
      Icon?
      • PAPER PROTOTYPE TEST
      A
      B
      C
      : Would prefer the 3x1 grid and easy to just glance through the content. 3x3 screen should be used for results for searching for more feeds.
      : Grid is laid out nicely. Good to have different choices
      : Useful and good
      Satisfaction
      How pleasant is it to use the design?
      • SUMMARY
      Identify and analyze user needs
      Create / design specifications
      Sketches, Paper prototype
      Comparison
      Test
      Exploratory Test
      Detail design
      Diagnostic Test
      Hi-Fi prototype
      Validation Test
      FINAL PRODUCT
    • Thank You!