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STF285 (TC HF): Enabling and improving the use of mobile e -services. Bruno von Niman . ETSI TC HF Vice Chairman & STF285 Leader. Standards!. Plain telephone calls to and from the one, wired device

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Bruno von niman

STF285 (TC HF):

Enabling and improving the use of mobile e-services

Bruno von Niman

ETSI TC HF Vice Chairman &

STF285 Leader

ETSI User Group#24


Standards

Standards!

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User experience of telecommunication 1876 1993

Plain telephone calls to and from the one, wired device

Intelligent agent controlled through natural speech- the Operator

Feedback provided as context and location-related information

The major end user improvements: the handset and push buttons

After early 1990s: personal, mobile, converging, multimodal, universal

User experience of telecommunication 1876- 1993

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User experience of telecommunication 1993 2005

User experience of telecommunication 1993- 2005

  • ICT plays a key role in everyday life

  • Number of mobile subscriptions larger than number of fixed line subscriptions

  • Capabilities emerge

  • Growth driven by voice-centric users and mobile services

  • Getting over hurdle of first installation and configuration

  • Connectivity and interoperability

  • Ever-smarter mobile devices

  • Complexity

  • e-Society

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Address the needs of all users

Address the needs of all users

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Bruno von niman

Guidelines for generic user interface elements for mobile terminals and servicesETSI Guide 202 132 (produced by STF231)Document suggesting further work within the addressed areas

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Background information stf285 1 2 enabling and improving the use of mobile e services

Background information- STF285 (1/2): Enabling and improving the use of mobile e-services

  • Work started in April 2005, ready end 2006

  • Two ETSI Guides under development:

    • User education

    • Setup procedures

      Latest version of both draft EGs and STF details available at:http://portal.etsi.org/STFs/HF/STF285.asp

  • Public consultation

    • September 2005: Workshop at Mobile HCI

    • January 2006: Workshop (hosted by Siemens/BenQ)

    • Numerous presentation, dissemination and consensus building activities

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Background information stf285 2 2 enabling and improving the use of mobile e services

Background information- STF285 (2/2): Enabling and improving the use of mobile e-services

  • Contracted experts representing

    • Nokia,

    • Siemens,

    • Sony Ericsson and

    • Independent consultants

  • Takes into account previous work

  • Open, result-oriented, pro-active work based on consensus

  • All results agreed with key players in the industry

  • ETSI Guide to be published in 2006

  • Presentation of draft ETSI Guides- pls see the respective documents for details!

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Stf 285 scope

STF 285: Scope

  • Elaborate the previous work in two key areas:

    • Set-up procedures

    • User Education

  • Provide guidelines on both areas in order to support device and service design:

    • Support users in first-time device and service set up

    • Support users in using features and services

    • Principles identifying minimum quality standards

  • Ensure a design-for-all approach (universal design)

    • Outline solutions for ensuring access by the widest possible range of users

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Rationale for minimum standards in user guides 1 2

Rationale for minimum standards in user guides (1/2)

  • User guides are frequently neglected by manufacturers.

  • Modern ICT devices are complex, miniaturised, evolving fast, used by novices, borrow inadequate UI concepts from computers, interact with other devices, have features based in device and others based in the network.

  • Bad user education leads to failure of feature set up, low or no service uptake, decreased trust in manufacturer and service provider.

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Rationale for minimum standards in user guides 2 2

Rationale for minimum standards in user guides (2/2)

  • The user guide is not complete (i.e. the information is not there);

  • The information cannot be found

  • The language of the user guide is inadequate

  • The structure of the guide is inadequate

  • The explanation of how to use a feature is to abstract

  • The information cannot be perceived adequately

  • The functionality / software implementation is not frozen at the time the user guide has to be completed

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Areas covered user guides

Legal and safety

Localisation

User characteristics

User education in product life cycle

Factors influencing usage

Generic guidelines

Paper-based user guides

User guides in the device

Web-based user guides

User guides on CD-ROMs Audio user guides

User groups and for a

User education and design for all

Evaluation of user education

Areas Covered: User Guides

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Rationale for minimum standards in set up procedures

Rationale for minimum standards in set-up procedures

  • Failure to set up successfully mobile devices and services leads to low or no service uptake, decreased trust in manufacturer and service provider.

  • Mobile devices and services are complex and abstract, and cannot always be pre-installed by the manufacturer.

  • Trends that underline the importance of the issue:

    • Changing population demographics

    • Population mobility

    • Increasing user expectations

    • The deployment of advanced social services

    • Access to services by all

    • Increasing variability in the segmentation of customers

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Areas covered set up procedures

Importance of set up procedures

Previous work

Initial set up and product replacement

Life cycle, user activity and context of usage

Use cases for set-up activities

Generic set-up guidelines

Terminal-specific set-up guidelines

e-service-specific set-up guidelines

Set-up procedures and design for all

Development and evaluation of set-up procedures

Areas Covered: Set-up Procedures

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Thank you questions

Thank you!Questions?

http://portal.etsi.org/STFs/HF/STF285.asp

(http://portal.etsi.org/STFs/HF/STF231.asp, for the background reference)

Questions, details, contributions:

[email protected]

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