iPerceptum_UsabilityTesting

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iPerceptum_UsabilityTesting

  1. 1. Usability Testing & Evaluation i-Magine Systems Lead Programmer: Donny UX designers: Pei Shan, Chris, Doris
  2. 2. Paper Prototype • Why: To see what users think of layout of information flow for the iPerceptum system. • How: – Use of a tab system to simulate the actual interface – Use pieces of paper to represent information • Give the user an idea of how the interaction with the system will proceed
  3. 3. High-Fidelity prototype • Why: To see what users think of an almost-working version of the final product and test out some of its functions • Horizontal Prototyping – give users an overview of all features, though not all may be available to be tested.
  4. 4. Testing by users
  5. 5. Test User Profiles User No. Gender Faculty/Major 1 M FASS / CNM 2 F FASS / CNM 3 M SOC 4 F FASS / CNM 5 M FASS / Philosophy 6 M FASS / CNM
  6. 6. Usability Test Tasks 1. First thing done when entering system 2. Check past modules taken so far 3. Plan modules for next semester
  7. 7. Video
  8. 8. General User Comments • “I like the interactivity. I would had wanted something like this. It’s structured and I like it! It’s not too messy also…the whole thing is its new and different to me, its different from CORS or IVLE, and that’s a good thing” – User 1 • “I find that there are too many elements. I don’t like it, the structure is a bit messy.” – User 2 • “ The overall interface is quite intuitive, and overall, easy to understand even though the Module Management is confusing. It would be good if it is more simplified” – User 4 • “ The buttons and colours are very funky, very cool! I enjoy flipping the book, very nice-looking and useful.” – User 6
  9. 9. Suggestions for improvements Navigation and menu: • buttons and tabs were too colorful attracting too much attention. • Shift the most right navigation buttons to the top horizontally • Title text on section Tabs changed from vertical to horizontal
  10. 10. Usability Objectives • Improve overall flow of system – Navigation area and buttons – Positioning of visual elements • Provide user with help and documentation – A quick-start guide – Implement simulation of functionality (walk- through)

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