Assignment8.docx - CSIS 375 Assignment 8 Page 1 Poor Design – https/blinkee.com Good Design – https/maxcolt.com The purpose of these tests is to

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CSIS 375 Assignment 8, Page 1 Poor Design – Good Design – The purpose of these tests is to determine the usability of the pages on a poor website compared to the usability of the pages on a good website. Each test will be administered to six participants, one at a time, in a classroom on a windows pc using the Google Chrome browser. The six participants will be one male and one female from each of the following age groups: 18-30 years old, 30-45 years old, and 45+ years old. Each participant will participate in two tests, one using the “poor” website and one using the “good” website. Each test should take 10 minutes, with a total of 20 minutes for each participant. Each participant will be given a mix of common features, complex features, and specific information to find on each website. The efficiency of the web pages will be measured by the amount of clicks it takes the participant to find and interact with the feature or information. The effectiveness of the web pages will be measured by how quickly “routes” to the feature or
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Unformatted text preview: information can be found based on visibility and shortcuts. User satisfaction will be measured using a questionnaire after the completion of both tests. Participants will respond to the questions using a scale from 1 to 5, with 1 meaning least satisfied and 5 meaning most satisfied. The questions will be: “Rate your satisfaction with how easily you were able to find the common features” “Rate your satisfaction with how easily you were able to find the complex features” “Rate your satisfaction with how easily you were able to find the specific information” “Rate your satisfaction with interacting with the layout and color scheme used on the website” “Rate your satisfaction with how easily you were able to find shortcuts to information such as menus, search bars, targeted links, etc.” “Rate your overall satisfaction with the usability of the website”...
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