2IMU72H User Centred Interface Design Progress Presentation Group 1
Our Team • Marta Zelazna • Neha Singh • Abir Graoui • Daniel De Oliveira
Introduction • We have chosen to design a online university room booking system. We were shocked to find out that all room bookings are currently made either by emailing or are paper based. Bearing this in mind we decided to approach this tedious process and simplify it with a logically organized user interface. A few words that would best describe our site would be consistent, visually appealing, ease of use
Overview • Concept • User Analysis • Characteristics • Task Analysis • User Problems • Application Description
Concept • We propose to build a online room university booking system for our client Westminster Uninversity. • Eliminate double booking
User Analysis • We have done extensive research and received various staff members feedback from our questionnaires. • Three types of users • Teaching staff (Lectures) • Students • External enterprises
Additional requests • We hope to meet all our users requirements be it from technical to catering. • Below is a list of additional service that can be selected whilst using the online booking system. • Hardware (laptops, projectors, video conferencing, whiteboards, a/v equipment ) • Services (wireless access, IT service, security, catering) • Furniture (seats, desks for all occasions) Any additional requirements can be requested at the last stage of the booking process.
Features • Multi user accounts selection (restrictions will apply to various account types i.e students) • Space required( seminars, conference, auditoriums, meeting rooms and lecture rooms ) • Visual room browser/ list view/ map view for different users • Room number referencing • Seating selection according to room size • Allocated budget display and pay system • Quick select recurring bookings for regular users • Printable booking spreadsheets • Visual checkout processes (Iconic representation ) • Data privacy • Email notifications