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Presented by Andrew Tse, Kenny Wu, Mehershad Dahmubed, Ssu-Chia Margaret Lin, and Stephen Liu. Tasks. The Uber-Scheduler is a system to assist students in planning and viewing their term schedule. We limited the scope of our project to the U.C. Berkeley.

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Presented by andrew tse kenny wu mehershad dahmubed ssu chia margaret lin and stephen liu

Presented by Andrew Tse, Kenny Wu, Mehershad Dahmubed, Ssu-Chia Margaret Lin, and Stephen Liu


Tasks

Tasks

  • The Uber-Scheduler is a system to assist students in planning and viewing their term schedule.

    • We limited the scope of our project to the U.C. Berkeley.

  • A student can easily find and manipulate classes he is interested in taking for the term.

  • A student can view a geographic overview of where his classes are located.

  • A student can print and exchange his schedule with important relevant information.


Users

Users

  • Expected User Population

    • UC Berkeley Students of all levels/majors

    • Has some sort of method to create a schedule (e.g. by hand, Excel , AmanB, FinalDistance)

    • All levels of technical ability

  • Sample User Persona

    • Name: Chris Trousdale

    • Info: 2nd Year UCB Student, Undecided Major

      • Range of interests means the application must be flexible, providing both specific and general information.

    • Skill: Novice computer user (MS Word, IE, Firefox, AOL IM)

      • Large portion of novice uses means the design must be clean and simple with easy access to “Help.”


Example interaction planning and printing a schedule

Example InteractionPlanning and Printing a Schedule

  • Chris is creating his Spring ‘06 schedule and needs to pick classes to fill his schedule.

    • “TeleBears is coming soon. I need to decide on my classes!”

  • Chris registers for a free and new Uber-Scheduler account by clicking on register (1), entering his information (2), and submitting (3).

    • “Hmmm…I don’t have an account yet. I should register one!”


Example interaction planning and printing a schedule1

Example InteractionPlanning and Printing a Schedule

  • Chris knows he wants to take Theater 40A, IEOR 160, Philosophy 122, Philosophy 132.

    • Chris sees the “Add Class” box and goes to add Theater 40A to his schedule. He selects Theater in the “Dept” dropdown and 40A in the “Class” dropdown (1).

    • He repeats the process with the remaining classes.

      • “Oh wow! My classes appear graphically and in a list!” (2)


Example interaction planning and printing a schedule2

Example InteractionPlanning and Printing a Schedule

  • Chris needs to remove an IEOR 160 Discussion

    • “Hmmm…I only need to take one discussion for IEOR 160. I prefer early morning classes so I’ll keep the one on Friday and remove the one on Wednesday. But I don’t know how to do it!?”

    • Chris doesn’t know how to remove a class so he consults Help (1) and discovers (2) he has to click on the class he wants to remove. He returns to edit his schedule with that button (3).

    • Chris clicks on the Wednesday discussion and an info box opens. He clicks the “Remove this Class” link to remove.


Example interaction planning and printing a schedule3

Example InteractionPlanning and Printing a Schedule

  • Chris has now finalized his schedule and wants to print it for reference.

    • “Yay! My semester schedule is finalized for now. I wish I have a way to print it! Oh wow a print view!”

    • Chris clicks the print button on the “Print View” page


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