www.uoguelph.ca. Website Usability Test. Mitchell B. Sharpe Kaitlyn M. Brown Michael A. Kryski. Course Information: COMS 363 PowerPoint Presentation Marking Group 5. Agenda. Site Background Research Methodology Findings Problem areas Recommendations Recap. Site Background.
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Type of website:
Roles of the website:
Provide information for future students and visitors
Familiarize students with the university
Act as a selling tool for enrollment
Participants were asked to find a list of information
Participants gave specific feedback on:
Ease of navigation
Location of Information
Aesthetics/functionality of site
Inconsistency between child web pages
Getting lost in multi-step processes
Difficult application process
Implement uniform formatting
Utilize side bar navigation tree consistently
Implement step-by-step application guide
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University of Guelph. (2008). Retrieved November 19, 2008, from http://www.uoguelph.ca