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  • Website Usability Design vs. Design as Research
    Lacey Walker
    A. BakiKocaballi
  • Website Usability Design (WUD)
    Overview
    Aims of Field
    Usability
    Satisfy end user and client requirements
    Actors
    Designer
    Client
    End User
    Process
  • WUD Process
    Plan
    Develop a plan
    Evaluate Your Current site
    Create Measurable Goals
    Analyze
    Task Analysis
    Create Scenarios
    Research Users
    Inventory/Create Content
    Launch Prototype
    Develop Prototype Website
    Design
    List Site Requirements
    Test and Refine
    Perform Usability Testing
    Evaluate Website
    Conduct Heuristic Evaluation
    Analyze Results
    Refine Website
    Create Usability Test
    Conduct Test
  • Design as Research (DaR)
    Description
    Aims
    Investigate
    Discover
    Understand
    Actors
    Participants
    Researcher
    Collaborators
    Reviewers
    Process
  • DaR Process
  • In Comparison
    Role of the Designer
    WUD
    Constricted
    De-emphasized
    DaR
    Reflective practitioner
    Flexible
  • In Comparison
    Outcomes of Design
    WUD
    Concrete (website)
    Satisfaction of client and end user
    DaR
    Knowledge
    Insights
  • In Comparison
    Process
    WUD
    Logical succession steps
    Concrete
    DaR
    Unique
    Flexible
  • Accounts for What “is” Design (Fallman, 2003)
    Daniel Fallman, (2003) Design-oriented human-computer interaction, Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, USA
    Daniel Fallman, (2003) Design-oriented human-computer interaction, Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, USA
    *Fallman, Daniel. (2003) Design-oriented human-computer interaction, Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, USA.
  • WUD vs. DaR
    *Fallman, Daniel. (2003) Design-oriented human-computer interaction, Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, USA.
  • Questions?