GametimePLUSLIZ RUTLEDGETHESIS STUDIO // SPRING 2012TEAM POBINER/BUTLERPARSONS MFA DESIGN + TECHNOLOGY   02/24/2012
LACROSSE + DATA =AN ECOSYSTEM OF STATISTICS TRACKING TOOLS THAT ARE TAILORED TO LACROSSeBUILT ON A SYSTEM THAT COULD BE US...
WHY:There is a growing gap between the rapidly expandingfield of data visualization and sports statistics trackingat the n...
WHAT:I seek to bridge this gap by creating an ecosystem ofeasy to use, cloud-based tools for real-time mobilestatistics co...
PURPOSE:1) to facilitate and encourage the collection of data2) to enable deeper comprehension of the datathrough visual e...
So WHAT:This will allow for both immediate data analysis andthe preservation of spatiotemporal relationshipsbetween events...
WHAT I’m MAkING & TESTINGOne possible implementation of this system:an iPad app tailored to the needs of lacrosse.
HOW + WHY:Through a case study focused on several youthlacrosse teams in New York and the Bay Area,my project will demonst...
AUDIENCE AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
AUDIENCE AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
RECENT USER TESTING
[field] research:ULAX Women’s lacrosse league
TESTING THE        SHOT ATTEMPTSCOREKEEPING APP                   POTENTIAL ASSIST
DRAW CONTROL        INTERCEPTION[UNASSISTED] GOAL
GAME TAPE:PORTABLE USER TESTING
DESIGN ITERATIONS
DESIGN ITERATIONS
FIELD TESTING AT THE SOURCE: FIREHAWKS
Figure 8.6EVALUATION:            NASA Task Load IndexNASA TASK LOAD INDEX   Hart and Staveland’s NASA Task Load Index (TLX...
THANKYOU.
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  1. 1. GametimePLUSLIZ RUTLEDGETHESIS STUDIO // SPRING 2012TEAM POBINER/BUTLERPARSONS MFA DESIGN + TECHNOLOGY 02/24/2012
  2. 2. LACROSSE + DATA =AN ECOSYSTEM OF STATISTICS TRACKING TOOLS THAT ARE TAILORED TO LACROSSeBUILT ON A SYSTEM THAT COULD BE USED FOR COUNTLESS OTHER SPORTS
  3. 3. WHY:There is a growing gap between the rapidly expandingfield of data visualization and sports statistics trackingat the non-professional level.
  4. 4. WHAT:I seek to bridge this gap by creating an ecosystem ofeasy to use, cloud-based tools for real-time mobilestatistics collection and visualization.
  5. 5. PURPOSE:1) to facilitate and encourage the collection of data2) to enable deeper comprehension of the datathrough visual exploration3) to enhance traditional game statistics by taggingeach piece of data with the location and time at whichit was recorded.
  6. 6. So WHAT:This will allow for both immediate data analysis andthe preservation of spatiotemporal relationshipsbetween events—without the steep learning curve orprohibitive costs of professional-grade tools.
  7. 7. WHAT I’m MAkING & TESTINGOne possible implementation of this system:an iPad app tailored to the needs of lacrosse.
  8. 8. HOW + WHY:Through a case study focused on several youthlacrosse teams in New York and the Bay Area,my project will demonstrate how the thoughtfulreconfiguration of existing technologies can empowera wider sports community by helping them transformdata into knowledge.
  9. 9. AUDIENCE AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
  10. 10. AUDIENCE AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
  11. 11. RECENT USER TESTING
  12. 12. [field] research:ULAX Women’s lacrosse league
  13. 13. TESTING THE SHOT ATTEMPTSCOREKEEPING APP POTENTIAL ASSIST
  14. 14. DRAW CONTROL INTERCEPTION[UNASSISTED] GOAL
  15. 15. GAME TAPE:PORTABLE USER TESTING
  16. 16. DESIGN ITERATIONS
  17. 17. DESIGN ITERATIONS
  18. 18. FIELD TESTING AT THE SOURCE: FIREHAWKS
  19. 19. Figure 8.6EVALUATION: NASA Task Load IndexNASA TASK LOAD INDEX Hart and Staveland’s NASA Task Load Index (TLX) method assesses work load on five 7-point scales. Increments of high, medium and low estimates for each point result in 21 gradations on the scales. Name Task Date Mental Demand How mentally demanding was the task? Very Low Very High Physical Demand How physically demanding was the task? Very Low Very High Temporal Demand How hurried or rushed was the pace of the task? Very Low Very High Performance How successful were you in accomplishing what you were asked to do? Perfect Failure Effort How hard did you have to work to accomplish your level of performance? Very Low Very High Frustration How insecure, discouraged, irritated, stressed, and annoyed wereyou? Very Low Very High
  20. 20. THANKYOU.

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