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1 Introduction to Usability Engineering CS 352 Winter

2 Announcements: This & next week are busy! See schedule:schedule –You have work due this week! Next Friday: Project proposal due.Project proposal –You’ll need a proposal and a team by this day. –We’ll be doing a “skills inventory” activity & “project pitch” Friday or Monday to help you choose your ideas & teams. –(Project page has some project ideas.) Pre-project pitch (now): –Shout out some ideas... 2

3 PRICPE A Design Process Many of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison

4 Where did these ideas come from? Mike Madison gave a lecture in 2010 on which these are based. – Degree in design from Indiana University. – Now a professional designer (free-lance) with clients across the country. – PRICPE contains the steps he follows in ALL of his projects which are the steps you’ll be following in this course.

5 PRICPE Pre-dispositions Research Insights Concept Prototype Evaluate Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison

6 PRICPE: Pre-Dispositions What do you know? What DON’T you know? Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison PRICPE: Pre-Dispositions

7 Research User study Book Web Observations of users “in the wild” PRICPE: Research Mike Madison, Jason De Runa, Jordan Fugate, Sakshi Gupta

8 PRICPE: Insights Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison Insights Now do I know “enough”? Do I need to do more research? What has changed regarding your predispositions?

9 PRICPE: Concept Mike Madison, Jason De Runa, Jordan Fugate, Sakshi Gupta Concepts: Inklings of a Design

10 PRICPE: Prototype Michael McCurdy, Christopher Connors, Guy Pyrzak, Bob Kanefsky, Alonso Vera, Mike Madison Prototype “An example or working model.” Allows you to explore your ideas before investing time & $ in development.

11 Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison

12 PRICPE: Prototype Low FidelityHigh Fidelity Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison

13 PRICPE: Evaluate Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison Evaluate Did it do for users what you hoped it would?

14 Rinse and Repeat Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison Iterate

15 PRICPE Pre-dispositions Research Insights Concept Prototype Evaluate Most of these ideas are from Marty Siegel and Mike Madison


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