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12 Sep 2012 - 11:12am
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kchowell
2012
5 Jan 2010 - 12:17pm
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5 years ago
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Audrey Crane
2009

Indexing / storing usability study results

I am working in an organization that is focused on doing quick,
lightweight usability research, especially once the work has a good
foundation: bringing a design into a coffee shop, for example,
running 5 quick (15 minute) studies, making changes, showing 3 more
people the next day, etc.

In this model, I've seen things get revised and re-tested 10 or more
times.

At the same time, there is a formal research organization that would
like to have all the results organized and indexed so they can find
them later.

20 Mar 2012 - 7:09am
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William Hudson
2009

Card Sorting with Nested Groups

We're working on the next release of our card sorting analysis software, SynCaps V3 and need a few sites to try out the new 'nested groups' feature on face-to-face, paper-based projects. This allows the kind of hierarchical sorting that many want to do but that few tools support, for example:

Vegetables (group level 1)
-Root Vegetables (group level 2)
--Potatoes (group level 3)
---White Potatoes (item)
---Sweet Potatoes (item)

and so on.

19 Dec 2007 - 4:39pm
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Dan Saffer
2003

Interaction08 Selling Out Soon and Other News

Just an update on Interaction08.

We had a tremendous response to our early bird registration and have
sold nearly 3/4 of the registrations for Interaction08. There are only
a limited number of available registrations left. We're reserving a
dozen or so for students and the remaining 50 for professionals. We
expect these to be sold quickly and the conference to sell out by mid-
January *at the latest*.

17 Oct 2006 - 11:18am
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8 years ago
9 replies
Lorne Trudeau
2006

New guy in corner over there smells funny... Toomuch cologne, probably.

"Question 1-
If a user doesn't notice a missing feature, is it really missing?"

Also, does the fact that it's missing classify as a feature?

6 May 2013 - 10:33am
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Did_Jean
2007

How to define heuristics specific to a system ?

Hi,

 

We are currently working on complex systems unificating various interfaces. Various modules (physical and interfaces) are interacting together, like in a train, car or plane.

Each module thus have its own goals and dedicated tasks.

To reproduce our analysis and communicate comparable results we would like to develop heuristics grids specific to each sub system, based on Nielsen's and Bastien&Scapin's ones, but including task oriented criterias.

15 Sep 2009 - 8:23am
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digikev
2009

[EVENT] Birmingham, UK: 'Outside The Box' - User-testing context-aware mobile technology in the field - A case study

This is now taking place at my works premises, HRO'C Digital, 15
Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 3DU

http://brumixda.wordpress.com/2009/09/04/outside-the-box-user-testing-context-aware-mobile-technology/

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Posted from the new ixda.org
http://www.ixda.org/discuss?post=45400

15 Jul 2007 - 4:09pm
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7 years ago
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Janna DeVylder
2006

Chicago needs a local IxDA group... join us!

Are there others in the Chicagoland area that are interested in attending
local IxDA gatherings and events? Your interest could range from planning
events, speaking at an event, attending... or just feeling happy, knowing
there is a local group here.

If any of the above fit you, please email me off-list so I can gauge
interest. Also let me know if there are any topics of particular interest
that you haven't found a local forum for as of yet.

many thanks,

Janna

24 Sep 2009 - 7:00pm
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Austin Brown
2009

Interaction '10 Conference iPhone app. survey Requesting your input

Hey everyone,

My name is Austin Brown. I am a Senior Industrial Design Student at
Savannah College of Art & Design, and minoring in Interaction Design.

My group and I are working on creating an iPhone app for the
Interaction '10 Conference as a project in our Interactive Product
Design class. We want the conference and the app to be all about you
all, so we need your input.

The survey is meant to be a breeze, so don't think to hard about it,
and definitely don't work too hard on it. We're not looking for
statistically meaningful results so much as opnions, feelings, ideas,
etc.