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PhoneCom2011 panel - Guanling Chen

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Panel slides from Prof. Guanling Chen, University of Massachusetts-Lowell on user interface for phone computing

Panel slides from Prof. Guanling Chen, University of Massachusetts-Lowell on user interface for phone computing

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  • 1. Usability Challenges for PhoneCom Guanling ChenUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell http://www.cs.uml.edu/~glchen/
  • 2. Mobile Usability Testing 8
  • 3. Android UI Framework Dialog Button Widget (View Class) AdapterView (ViewGroup) Menu 9
  • 4. Recorded EventsRecorded  Android  UI  Events  are  summarized  in  the  following  table,  classified  by  their  adhering  window   Unhandled Area 10
  • 5. State Machine ModelExpert  State  Machine:  Expert  States  and  Transi3ons:   11
  • 6. Traffic Flow ChartUser  Traffic  Flow  Chart:   Incoming  flow   Outgoing  flow   Flow  to  Mistake   States   Backtracking   flow  Mistake  States  and  Transi3ons:   12
  • 7. Reported MetricsSigns  for  poten3al  usability  problems:  -­‐ Too  many  backtracking  -­‐ Par0cipants  cannot  complete  one  step  -­‐ Low  correct  flow  ra0o   13
  • 8. EvaluationUsability  Problems  idenFfied  by  Event  Logging  Tool:   *  Numbers  in  parenthesis  are  problems  idenFfied  by  Laboratory-­‐ based  Usability  tesFng  method:   -­‐  Good  at  iden3fying  cri3cal  (major  and  catastrophe)   usability  problems.   -­‐  Not  good  at  iden3fying  cosme3c  usability  problems.   14
  • 9. Challenges•  More precise analysis model with semantics•  Integration with context•  Inspection before deployment 15