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Assignment 3: Post-Implementation Assessment. Judy Blostein, Jennifer Hocko, and Bob Lim Waltham Interactive Design April 4 st , 2001. What Does This Assessment Include?. Our project team’s prototype rationale (Jen).

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assignment 3 post implementation assessment

Assignment 3: Post-Implementation Assessment

Judy Blostein, Jennifer Hocko, and Bob Lim

Waltham Interactive Design

April 4st, 2001

what does this assessment include
What Does This Assessment Include?
  • Our project team’s prototype rationale (Jen).
  • Guided walkthrough of the project team’s paper prototype (All, led by Bob).
  • Optional: A critique of our team’s project strategy and tactics - strengths and weaknesses (Judy).
prototype rationale
Prototype Rationale

Jennifer Hocko, Core Team Member

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Prototype Rationale
  • Objective: To improve Concord’s information architecture by addressing major navigational problems.
  • Focus:
    • Improve groupings and content organization.
    • Create consistent categories/labels.
    • Incorporate navigational aids.
    • Add relevant, previously omitted content.
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Prototype Rationale
  • Home Page:
    • Draw upon visitor’s knowledge of conventional navigation controls.
    • Establish consistency in navigational structure to be carried throughout entire site.
    • Improve accessibility of search and other functions.
    • Alleviate some technical (feedback) issues that negatively affected the user experience.
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Prototype Rationale
  • Site Map:
    • Provide a comprehensive view of site structure, at one glance.
    • Attempt to organize/group information in ways meaningful to users.
    • Really requires user/task analysis to discover and align with users’ mental models.
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Prototype Rationale
  • Internal Pages:
    • Show visitor’s relative location in the site at all times.
    • Where appropriate, provide visitors with access to related (“see also”) information.
    • Rely on consistent navigational structure throughout all internal pages (as driven by home page).
prototype walkthrough
Prototype Walkthrough

Bob Lim, Core Team Member

(with Judy Blostein and Jen Hocko)

project management peat
Project Management & PEAT

Judy Blostein, Project Team Leader

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Project Management & PEAT
  • WBS process:
    • Strengths:
      • Understanding tasks and responsibilities.
      • Re-use of prior project components cut project time considerably.
      • Know each others strengths and weaknesses.
    • Weaknesses:
      • Posting information to the Blackboard repository.
      • Deciding on common task categories for time tracking (at the beginning of the project).
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Project Management & PEAT
  • Total project hours:
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Project Management & PEAT
  • Total project cost:
    • Initial estimate was 81 hours at $100 per person, for a total cost of $8,100.
    • Actual time on task for all team members was 43.5 hours, for a total cost of $4,350.
  • We over-estimated!
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Project Management & PEAT
  • Activities that took longer:
    • Creating the template for the paper prototype.
    • Reviewing and revising the prototype template.
  • Activities that took less time:
    • Constructing the individual pages from the prototype template.
    • Assigning tasks/responsibilities.
    • Completing the WBS and the schedule.
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Project Management & PEAT
  • Relevant PEAT question:
    • “Historical data from past projects is/was used in developing the project plan.”
  • Reasons:
    • We re-used information from our prior WBS and report.
    • In doing so, we significantly reduced the time and effort needed to complete this project.
the end
The End
  • Questions?