Focus Groups for Functional InfoVis Prototype Evaluation: A Case Study.

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Presenter: Peter Kinnaird, Mario Romero
BELIV 2010 Workshop
http://www.beliv.org/beliv2010/

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  • Methodology:2 Investigators, 4 ParticipantsPizzaDrawing BoardSingle large displayVideo CameraOpening Script
  • Focus Groups for Functional InfoVis Prototype Evaluation: A Case Study.

    1. 1. Kinnaird & Romero<br />Georgia Institute of Technology<br />Focus Groups for Functional InfoVis Prototype Evaluation<br />
    2. 2. Connect 2 Congress<br />Kinnaird & Romero<br />
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    4. 4. Strengths of Focus Group with Prototype<br />Free-form Exploration<br />Conversation enhances open-ended exploration<br />Participant conversations<br />Utility Assessment<br />Removes some potential confounds<br />Kinnaird & Romero<br />
    5. 5. Caveats<br />Domain<br />Ecological Validity<br />Users<br />No usability<br />Kinnaird & Romero<br />
    6. 6. Questions<br />Kinnaird & Romero<br />
    7. 7. Connect 2 Congress<br />Kinnaird & Romero<br />

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