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Project Web Sites. Project Web Site Design. Identifying users and use cases Designing content and navigation Evaluation of design. Identifying Users. Who do you want to visit your page and why?

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Project web sites

Project Web Sites


Project web site design

Project Web Site Design

Identifying users and use cases

Designing content and navigation

Evaluation of design


Identifying users

Identifying Users

  • Who do you want to visit your page and why?

  • Other students at TAMU and other universities – to motivate them to participate in community-oriented activities

  • Students in high school – to convince them to come to TAMU

  • Younger students – to provide them with information for science/design activities

  • The public at large – to communicate about the community-oriented projects


Use cases

Use Cases

  • Discuss scenarios of use – when someone comes across your web site, what do they do?

  • Motivating activity or application

    • Discuss what is rewarding about your own experience with project and at TAMU

  • Providing data for learning activities

    • Provide examples of how the contents can be used in classes

  • Communicating about projects

    • Describe what you have learned or found interesting, provide examples of alternate designs and the choices made, photos, etc.


Designing content and navigation

Designing Content and Navigation

  • Web site navigation is crucial when one web site has multiple communities or goals

  • Content Issues

    • Differing levels of prior knowledge

    • Differing reading levels

  • Navigational choices

    • Navigation by content

    • Navigation by community


Example

Example


Design methods

Design Methods

  • Traditional waterfall model

    • Requirements -> design -> build -> deliver

  • Iterative design

    • design –> evaluate -> design -> evaluate …

  • Design rationale

    • Forces recording (development) of reasons for design

  • Participatory design

    • Includes stakeholders in design team


Evaluation for this class

Evaluation for this class

  • Usability vs. usefulness

  • Discuss pros and cons of design within project group

  • Show it to friends and get their feedback

    • Ask them what is wrong, what might be better, and what they would want to see

  • Have a short questionnaire or semi-structured interview

  • Trade feedback effort with other project groups


Evaluation in other contexts

Evaluation in Other Contexts

  • Heuristic evaluation with experts

  • Laboratory studies

    • Efficiency (time to task completion, tasks per hour)

    • Accuracy (error rate, wrong turns)

    • Satisfaction (user perception)

  • Observations in practice

  • Log data from interactions


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