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Project Part 2

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  • 1. Harry’s Black Hole Presented By: Maha Al Batat
  • 2. Overview What is it? Harry’s Black Hole is a website that allows users to navigate through different links to find what they are interested in. Why is it important? -Needs a new interface and better navigation and accessibility.
  • 3. Demonstration of the project Official Website
  • 4. Demonstration of the project New Design
  • 5. Usability Testing
    • Methods Used
    •  Scenarios
    •  Questionnaires
    • Interviews
    • Goal and questions:-
    • Identify the range of usability problems
    •  Satisfaction in functionality of navigation
    •  Locate information on different pages of the website.
    •  Seeking assistance and advice.
    •  Locate links on different pages of the website.
    •  Satisfaction in layout (clarity, colour balance and font consistent) of the homepage
  • 6.
    • Selection of participants:-
    • 2 Groups
    • Ages varied 18+
    • Experience and unexperienced
    • web users.
    Usability Testing
  • 7. Usability Testing
    • Development of the tasks:-
    • Subjects were given three different scenarios which had to be completed in 30 minutes.
    • The same questionnaire was used repeatedly.
    • Interview was completed by an experienced user.
    •  Individual sessions were recorded and observed by the testing coordinator and one volunteer note-taker.
  • 8. Usability Testing Results Questionnaire Results
  • 9. Usability Testing Results Scenario Results
  • 10. Details of modifications made based on usability testing
  • 11. Details of modifications made based on usability testing
  • 12. Details of modifications made based on usability testing
  • 13. Details of modifications made based on usability testing
  • 14.
    • Use different methods for usability testing and plan how and what I will be using in order to get the best accurate results.
    • Enable the login feature in order to sign up for any teams the user wishes to participate in.
    • Update all News so the user receives the most recent news.
    Suggestions for further work
  • 15. References  Sharp, H., Rogers, Y. & Preece, J. (2007). Interaction Design: Beyond human-computer interaction 2nd edition . England, Wiley.