This is a question more from overall product strategy point of view.
The scenario is a typical product redesign initiative with full UCD
recommendations. This involves the whole 9 yards with close
interactions with users. Also, the same team is assigned to carry out
research for training needs too. This is causing some to be skeptical
about the approach.
I am looking for software to use in testing TV-applications, does anyone
have any experience in conducting digital/interactive TV tests?
Are there any good books or references about digital/interactive TV interaction
So far, I haven't found any and I am wondering how the existing applications
were designed, what criteria for user-centered design were followed, what
Obviously more and more interactive TV applications are being created and
used (more so in Europe) but very few have been discussed in the HCI & interaction
The research and
I need some stats on the budgets allocated to the interaction design/
usability process in a typical project (Online application/ Software).
What percentage do the big guys spend on usability/Interaction Design/ in
comparison to the cost of developing the entire product.
Links to any such studies/ statistics would be really helpful.
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Is anyone out there working on usability in the home? I'm especially
interested in usable kitchens. I have yet to encounter one. I seem to
find a lot of work surrounding 2 dimensional interaction...what about 3
dimensional interaction with the environment? There is a lot of support
for office workspace ergonomics but what about domestic workspace