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The user experience of EGA data access
 

The user experience of EGA data access

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A very short presentation given on the Hinxton Genome Campus, March 1st, 2012....

A very short presentation given on the Hinxton Genome Campus, March 1st, 2012.

The audience were developers and researchers who are part of either EBI Interfaces or the Hinxton Sequence Forum

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  • Introduce myself and Antony\nWe work in an organisation where there are silos... we’re not the only ones, right?!\nThis is about working across those silos\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n

The user experience of EGA data access The user experience of EGA data access Presentation Transcript

  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD EGA data access The Amazon warehouse experience Francis Rowland EMBL-EBI External Services
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD An archive of genotype and phenotype data The European Genome-Phenome Archive (EGA) is a protected repository for data from numerous genotype experiments EGA homepage (Oct 2009)
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD Mine your Helpdesk for issues It can be a fantastically rich source! “It’s hard to know what is available and how to get it.” “When something is available via the website, getting access to it and downloading it is laborious.” EGA Helpdesk Jeff Almeida King (left)
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD A functional but user unfriendly interface Ignore this red circle... check out that long list of compressed files the user had to click on! EGA data downloads (Oct 2009)
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD We didn’t use the shopping cart metaphor literally... hodgers | Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD ... but we did incorporate some of the concepts Products - data packages Checkout - selection & request procedure Where’s my stuff? - data package status Delivery - FTP / Aspera download
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD Typical EGA Study page
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD Typical EGA Dataset page Are these data available to me to download?
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD Ideas for the user account page Rich information
  • EGA data access - HSF/UXD Success... Since redesign, “sales” are up 350% and usability issues are down 97%