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User and Task Analysis Brian P. Bailey
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Announcements Proposals due next Wednesday User research plans due next Friday Homework 1 due next week
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Recap Design as a discipline Seven stages and two gulfs Principles of design
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Today’s Goals Brief overview of TCUID Discuss elements of analysis stage user and task analysis (today) user research methods (next time)
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Exercise Need a volunteer! Everyone else take out a sheet of paper
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Exercise In one minute, design a ______________
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Exercise In one minute, design a ______________ for ________________
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Exercise How was your second design different? Explain the rationale for the difference
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Exercise cont. Now imagine the target user was: an always-on-the-go young adult an elderly person with limited dexterity a three year old child Design = f(users, tasks, context)
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TCUID Process (and philosophy) for building usable interactive systems usable versus useful Continual focus on users and tasks
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TCUID Process
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Analysis Stage Define scope, budget, timeframe Define goals Understand users, tasks, context
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What is the purpose of the interface? what problem is it solving? what need is it addressing? what behavior is it encouraging?
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course CS 465 taught by Professor Karahalios,k during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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