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Activity 1: System Concept Statement Team members work together to complete Exercise 3-1 in the ebook. In this exercise you will write a clear, concise (150 words or less) system statement for the project you selected. You will present this statement to the team who is designing your project. This statement will discuss how I will design my project for my team. Our team decided on types of systems being designed for our project because we want to know more about the different types of systems being designed and what each of their functions are. User Experience and Determining Needs and Requirements has allowed business to be able to help customers solve their problems that they are having. For the interviews I will have my team sit in with me to listen to the questions that I will be asking the interviewees. I will pinpoint the issues and topics that I will need to explore, and I will also choose the right people to interview. Activity 2: Planning for User Interviews and Interviewing and Collecting User Information Team members will now pull together and analyze the plans each member wrote for the interview process of users. A consensus plan is developed along with what artifacts you want to collect. Be specific, detailed, and have questions clearly stated. The two teams who have exchanged their projects earlier, now will interview each other using the plan devised by the team. One team completely finishes their interview and information gathering and then the other team collects theirs.
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This process will take time so do not rush it but make sure one member of the team keeps the interview on time and on task. The artifacts that I want the interviewees to have when the team interviews them will be a laptop to show videos from their previous work places. A projector will be provided for the interviewees to use during their interview. The plan is for me to ask the users questions like asking them to tell you and to show you how they do their work. What actions do they take, with whom do they interact, and with what do they interact? Ask them to demonstrate what they do and to narrate it with stories of what works, what does not work, how things can go wrong, and so on. The other questions I will also ask is What do you need to do before and after performing each task?, “What information and feedback do you need to perform this task?”, “What do you find easy?”, “What is difficult?”, “Where do you tend to make errors?”, and “With what other
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