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TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT AND OUTREACH. Hosted by:. Sarah Kirchen Drew Bittner. March 18, 2010 Room 5E-081 Call In # 301-903-0754. Web Coordinators Meeting. Around the Room – Drew Bittner, DOE (15 min.) Earth Day – Chris Stewart, NREL (5 min.)

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technology advancement and outreach

TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT AND OUTREACH

Hosted by:

Sarah Kirchen

Drew Bittner

March 18, 2010

Room 5E-081

Call In # 301-903-0754

Web Coordinators Meeting

eere web coordinators meeting
Around the Room – Drew Bittner, DOE (15 min.)

Earth Day – Chris Stewart, NREL (5 min.)

New Program Template – Erica Augustine & Chris Stewart, NREL (20 min.)

ITP Usability Training – (5 min.)

Communication Standards Podcasts – Elizabeth Spencer, NREL (5 min.)

DOE Web Group – Drew Bittner, DOE (5 min.)

Wrap Up – Drew Bittner, DOE (5 min.)

Agenda – March 18, 2010

EERE Web Coordinators Meeting
earth day
Updated eere.energy.gov/earthday

Updated animation

Various promotional activities

Earth Day
new program template
Sample program home pageNew Program Template
  • Clean, simplified (no stratification)
  • Horizontal navigation
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New Program Template

Persistent links(to be determined)

Site-specific search

Color area is 100% screen width

Breadcrumbs

  • Full-width banner, fixed-width content
  • Contemporary, clean design
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New Program Template
  • Clean, removes complexity
  • Differentiates from full-color header page
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New Program Template

Space for print, share, etc.

Quick links option in right sidebar

One option for rotating Flash image

Features given more prominence

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New Program Template

1024 x 768 screen

Wide screen

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Sample program first-level page

Sample program interior page (right-side navigation)

Sample program interior page (no right-side navigation)

Sample subsite home page

Sample B program home page

Sample B subsite home page

New Program Template
itp usability training
ITP Usability Training

(1) Purpose

  • Redesign:
  • Improve the usability of ITP’s Web site and align user’s goals with ITP’s goals
    • -Enhance the quality of a user’s experience, allowing them to
      • - Answer their questions
        • - Reach their goals
        • - Do their work productively and easily
  • Usability Training:
  • What we learned
    • - What usability is and why it is important for a successful Web site
      • - How to plan, prepare, and conduct a usability study
      • - How to analyze data and report the findings of a study
      • - Tips for integrating usability into your organization
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ITP Usability Training
  • (2) A Few Interesting things we learned
  • User-Centered Design (UCD)−places users at the center of the development process
    • UCD saves team time, effort, and money; and increases use
  • Fewer phone calls
      • Customers get what they need successfully themselves
      • Satisfied customers
      • Enhanced reputation
      • Rework problems during development
    • UCD helps create products that are relevant to users and easy to use by focusing on user needs at every stage of development
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ITP Usability Training
  • A Few Interesting things we learned continued…
  • Usability is a Balance−UCD helps you figure out what the right balance is for a specific Web site or application
    • The 5 Aspects (5 “Es”) of Usability:
      • - Effective
      • - Efficient
      • - Easy to Learn
      • - Error Tolerant
      • - Engaging
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ITP Usability Training

A Few Interesting things we learned continued…

  • Usability Testing:
    • Deciding who to include in your usability test:
      • Who you choose will impact how the system is designed and therefore evaluated
      • Can’t design for everyone
      • Users you choose must represent who actually uses the system
      • Prioritizing users – sample criteria
        • Which group can help the organization accomplish its business goals?
        • Which group has the most to lose if the system doesn’t work for them?
        • Which group has the most diverse set of tasks?
        • Which group is the largest?
        • Which group is the neediest or has the least knowledge?
      • What would you get if you tried to design a car that pleased every possible driver?
        • A car that no one would want to drive.
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ITP Usability Training

A Few Interesting things we learned continued…

  • Planning a Study:
    • Define usability issues
    • Define tasks to be performed
    • Determine data to collect
    • Create scenarios (stories that are given to participants)
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ITP Usability Training

Where we’re going from here…

  • March−June:
    • Analyze data we’ve collected on users
      • server and search logs; survey; EERE call center interviews
    • Create user profiles/personas that reflect target user groups
    • Recruit study participants
    • Define study scope, goals, research questions
    • Create scenarios that will be given to participants
    • Conduct user sessions
    • Data Analysis
    • Create report of results/recommendations
    • ITP home page mockup
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Communication Standards Podcasts
  • http://www.eere.energy.gov/communicationstandards/training.html
doe web group
DOE Web Group
  • Organizational meeting 3/11/10
  • 18 attendees, seven offices represented
  • Two topics of discussion:

a. DOE social media policy

b. Open Government Directive

  • Action items:

a. drafting charter

b. organizing next meeting

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DOE Web Group
  • Social media policy-

1. YouTube- DOE level; looking for 3-5 minute videos of broad interest

2. Flickr- DOE account, organized by “collections” with offices having “albums” for their content

3. Twitter- working on new Terms of Service (TOS), will be available at office level

4. Google Analytics- working on TOS

5. Facebook- check in with John Schueler regarding FB plans, can be approved immediately

6. MySpace- DOE page, using existing content

7. GovLoop- no plans yet

8. MixedInk- wiki-type tool for collaboration, currently in review

9. Ideascale- community “voting” and idea-pooling application, currently being used for Open Govt Directive, option to extend

10. Second Life- no plans

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DOE Web Group

Open Government Directive

  • Point of contact is Janice Ausby
  • DOE will file OGD compliance plan with OMB on 4/7
  • DOE has already provided five “high value” data sets for uploading, per OGD requirements
  • Refer to energy.gov/open for information on OGD and DOE
wrap up
Wrap Up
  • Next Meeting Thursday, April 15 1:30 – 3 p.m. Room 5E-081
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