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Presentation given at the final JISC project meeting about lessons learnt in relation to usability.

Presentation given at the final JISC project meeting about lessons learnt in relation to usability.

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  • Allow more time than you think for evaluations – interviews and transcriptions
  • Have some expert researchers (in this case) who are willing to share their requirements early on in the timeline and compare the development ideas with what may be offered by other software programs – Thank you Lisa H, Lisa R and Mary
  • Refine your unique selling points so that you can persuade new users to adopt the new program – Thank you Mike, Lester and Gary 
  • Have outside evaluators who are willing to comment on the old versions and trial the final iterations with a fresh look – Thank you Lucy, Ring, Sarah and Inga
  • Finally but most importantly – you need a good lead developer to change a program that has been developed by someone else, but also one who is willing to be endlessly patient and understanding when translating ideas into reality – Thank you Yunjia

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  • 1. Unique Selling Points• Free• Web based data & multimedia for sharing research.• Use data presented for evaluation, appraisal & supervision• Capture simultaneous conversations with similar timeframes• Colour code annotations, tag themes & categories, titles of annotations for sorting.• Foot pedal to control the media player and other aspects of the interface• Keyboard only input and screen reader access (Equality Act 2010)• Speech recognition for re-speaking transcriptions.