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An old presentation about what human-computer interaction is, what usability is, and how it fits into development. Pondering now just how well this stands up. It seems to...but....

An old presentation about what human-computer interaction is, what usability is, and how it fits into development. Pondering now just how well this stands up. It seems to...but....

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  • 1. HCI Presentation
  • 2. Brand Building User awareness | Targeted audience User awareness drives interaction design. The result forms an experience-driven relationship with the company, along with its products and services. Personas Scenarios/”Day in the life” Definition of Goals • Personal • Practical • Corporate • False Customer satisfaction Identify goals/success Conservative Secure Leader Intelligent Experienced Local Global Helpful Mature Quality Educational Confident The Brand
  • 3. What is usability ?
    • Products are designed so people can accomplish their tasks with appropriate ease, efficiency, and transparency.
    • Components:
    • Learnability
    • Efficiency of use
    • Memorability
    • Rate of user errors
    • Satisfaction
  • 4. HCI Why make a Site usable ?
    • Reduced Support-Costs
    • Loyality of Users
    • Optimizing Production Cycle
    • Cost-reduced Development
  • 5. HCI How do we make a Website usable ?
    • Understand Users and Their Contexts
    • Identify Requirements
    • Design and Develop Usable Solutions
    • Evaluate the Solutions
    • Perform Supporting Activities
  • 6. HCI And then ? Follow-Up Studies and statistic Analysis !
    • Data on Usability
    • How the System is really used
    • Identify Problems
    • Integration into further development
  • 7. Areas where HCI works
    • User identification
    • Interface and interaction design
    • Information architecture
    • User experience architecture
    • Business and workflow analysis
    • Usability testing
    • Documentation design and development
  • 8. HCI before development
    • Work closely with business and media consultants
    • Analyze business processes, structure and workflow
    • Conduct formal and informal usability testing
    • Identify and analyze users, goals and tasks
    • Define requirements for development
  • 9. HCI during development
    • Work closely with designers and programmers
    • Develop and evaluate interaction prototypes
    • Evaluate changing users' needs
    • Conduct formal and informal usability testing
    • Perform on-going consultancy
  • 10. HCI after development
    • Work with customer support & statistical analysis
    • Collect data on actual use of the product
    • Follow up with studies and evaluations
    • Advise on future improvements