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Final report presentation

  1. 1. USABILITYREPORTSHYBRID PRESENTATION & WRITTENREPORT
  2. 2. REPORT STRUCTURE1. Title page 5. Methodology2. Table of contents 6. Findings3. Executive 7. Recommendation Summary s4. Introduction 8. Conclusion 9. Author info 10.Appendix
  3. 3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY• High-level summary of purpose, procedure, key findings• Not more than one page• Write last, place first
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION1. Purpose of your research (audience you tested for)2. Preview of report sections
  5. 5. METHODOLOGY1. Describe procedures2. Describe types of measure and types of data collected3. Describe participants (demographics, data from background questionnaire – aggregated & table)
  6. 6. FINDINGS1. Aggregated – summaries across tasks2. For each task: A. Report all metrics B. Summarize important findings from interviews C. Identify usability issues
  7. 7. RECOMMENDATIONS1. List usability issue & corresponding severity rating (in decreasing order of severity: High, Medium, Low)2. For each issue, include your recommendation for interface changes & rationale for recommendation Can be presented in a table
  8. 8. CONCLUSION• 1-2 paragraphs: summary & main take-away
  9. 9. AUTHOR INFO• Please insert in the beginning, the end, or wherever you feel comfortable, information about each one of the four authors.• Follow the format illustrated on the next slide 
  10. 10. FIRST NAME, LAST NAMEFirst name Last name is a PhD/Master’s student in Department at Purdue University. Her/Hismain interest is…. (keep it SHORT, or people won’t remember). email@purdue.edu
  11. 11. APPENDIXData for each participant:1. Demographics, background questionnaire2. Measures & findings for each task & post-session questionnaire
  12. 12. RESOURCES• Templates useful for structure & content of each section:http://www.usability.gov/templates/index.html (See long &research style)• Sample report (although text-heavy)http://prprofmv.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/sample-report/
  13. 13. FORMATTING• Scannable, easy to read for a busy audience• Business report, not APA paper• Use graphs, tables, headings & subheadings, pull-out quotes, bolded text, white space• Can be submitted in PowerPoint format! The report you submit will have more text than the slides you use for the in-class presentation on Dec. 5
  14. 14. GRADINGReport: 10 points + Presentation: 5 points = 15 pointsAn excellent report:• Communicates purpose, methods and findings clearly and effectively• Includes all information needed to interpret the data• Presents data clearly, correctly, and effectively• Identifies usability issues clearly• Makes clear recommendations for avoiding these usability issues in future iterations of the website
  15. 15. PRESENTATION• 15-20 minutes + 5 min Q&A• Skip purpose of research• Explain only methods details that may be different from other groups• Focus on findings and usability issues• Use clear and simple communication – 1 idea/slide!• Show good coordination among group members• Grading: 5 out of the 15 points for UR3

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