AccessibilityUsabilityUser centred design<br />Usability testing workshop<br />2<br />
Usability workshop<br />Pilot usability assessment exercise<br />Group activity (3 to 5 members)<br />Goal<br />To assess ...
Usability workshop<br />Outcome<br />Report on the pilot usability assessment exercise for the chosen website<br />It shou...
Usability workshop<br />Minimal assessment approach<br />Should consider both…<br />Performance and satisfaction metrics; ...
Resources<br />Tools<br />Mac<br />Silverback<br />http://silverbackapp.com/<br />PC<br />Camtasia<br />http://www.techsmi...
Tools<br />On-line testing tools are listed by<br />Check Craig Tomlin at<br />http://www.usefulusability.com/24-usability...
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Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Usability workshop)

  1. 1. AccessibilityUsabilityUser centred design<br />Usability testing workshop<br />2<br />
  2. 2. Usability workshop<br />Pilot usability assessment exercise<br />Group activity (3 to 5 members)<br />Goal<br />To assess and eventually contribute to the improvement of the usability of a web application considering, at least, its purpose, content, navigation support and user input options<br /> Suggested types of wed applications to consider<br />Social networking websites<br />e-Government websites<br />e-Learning websites<br />2<br />David Lamas, TLU, 2010<br />
  3. 3. Usability workshop<br />Outcome<br />Report on the pilot usability assessment exercise for the chosen website<br />It should include<br />Website identification and description <br />Usability testing strategy<br />Usability testing results<br />Recommendations for usability improvement<br />Critical reflection on the underlying options and achieved results of the pilot usability assessment exercise<br />David Lamas, TLU, 2010<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Usability workshop<br />Minimal assessment approach<br />Should consider both…<br />Performance and satisfaction metrics; and<br />Valid face to face and online usability assessment<br />David Lamas, TLU, 2010<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Resources<br />Tools<br />Mac<br />Silverback<br />http://silverbackapp.com/<br />PC<br />Camtasia<br />http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp<br />(there is also a Mac version)<br />David Lamas, TLU, 2010<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Tools<br />On-line testing tools are listed by<br />Check Craig Tomlin at<br />http://www.usefulusability.com/24-usability-testing-tools/<br />David Lamas, TLU, 2010<br />6<br />

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