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Next Generation Bulletin Board (NeGeBB) Design Concept for USI

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December, 2007 …

December, 2007

Final presentation for the User-Centered Design module for the User-System Interaction (USI) program at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e).

Our assignment was to do generate a design concept based on user research, personas, and design best practices.

Project partners were: Loes Ruijs, Eva Kraaijenbrink, Liu Qing, and Jurry de Vos

By the way, "banen" is the Dutch word for "jobs."

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  • 1. NeGe BB Group 4 Loes, Eva, Qing, Jurry, Brian
  • 2. Roadmap
    • Recap: Present System
    • Design Concept
    • User Interaction
    • Conclusion
  • 3. Present System Supports info dissemination Relevant to TU/e De-centralized administration
  • 4. Present System Issues Content Receiver "Internet is easier (search)" "Bulletin boards are time-consuming" "Posters often outdated" "Boards disorganized and overcrowded"
  • 5. Present System Issues Content Provider "Hanging posters too expensive" "Permission takes too long" "Posters can be covered"
  • 6. Present System Issues Content Administrator "Layout organization difficult" "Checking takes too long"
  • 7. Design Concept Support info dissemination at the TU/e Easily Quickly Sustainably
  • 8. Design Concept Components of Our System
  • 9.  
  • 10. Monitors Web App Terminal
  • 11. RFID readers
  • 12. TU/e Badge
  • 13. dBase
  • 14. User Interaction Users and Our System
  • 15. Content Receiver Hans Roelofs, Dutch
    • MBTI: ESFP
    • Spontaneous
    • Loves people
    • Hates routine
    Bachelor Student, TM
  • 16. Content Receiver
  • 17. Content Receiver
    • I never have writing utensils
    • I'm really forgetful
    • The RFID self-send function is great
  • 18. Content Receiver
  • 19. Content Receiver
  • 20. Content Receiver username ************
  • 21. Content Receiver
  • 22. Content Receiver
  • 23. Global Options
  • 24. Content-Specific Workspace
  • 25. Sharing Options
  • 26. Send Buttons
  • 27. Item Text
  • 28. Global Text Search
  • 29.
    • I hate having to look for things
    • My friends are important to me
    • The search field is easy
    • Share buttons are great for friends
  • 30. Content Provider Helga Galyenkovskovichski, Russian
    • MBTI: ENTJ
    • Direct
    • Dominant
    • Loathes disorganization
    Master Student, BIS Provides content for her bodybuilding club
  • 31. Content Provider
  • 32. Image or Movie
  • 33. Text Input
  • 34. Dates Valid
  • 35. Escape Hatch
  • 36.
    • I hate wasting time
    • I can't stand making mistakes
    • Valid dates is easy and efficient
    • Having one form is iterative and nice
  • 37. Content Administrator Stefan Banen, Dutch Secretary, TU/e
    • MBTI: ENTJ
    • Dominant
    • Stubborn
    • Born leader
    52 Years Old
  • 38. Content Administrator
  • 39. Content Detail View
  • 40. Valid Dates Editable
  • 41. Main Controls at End of Visual Flow
  • 42.
    • This is a small part of my job
    • Keeping inappropriate information off the monitors is critical
    • Valid dates is fast and automatic
    • The layout allows me to see everything quickly
    • It just works
  • 43. Conclusion What all that means
  • 44. Situations
    • Expensive to provide content
    • Posters take 16 work-hours
    • Boards disorganized
    • Full of old posters
    • New content costs nothing
    • Changes are instantaneous and universal
    • Currency checked by system
    Information Dissemination
  • 45. Situations
    • Central control
    • Addresses all user issues
    • Economically/ecologically sustainable
    Information Dissemination
  • 46. NeGe BB Group 4 Loes, Eva, Qing, Jurry, Brian Thanks, Questions?

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