2009 Topic Assignments

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  • Open Coding - Shahedul Khandkar
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  • Likert Scales
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  • Likert scales - Shahedul Khandkar May switch to open coding
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  • How to Interview - Paul Saulnier
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  • Contextual interviews: Part 1 - Shahnewaz Jolly
  • Contextual interviews: Part 2 - Josy Oliveira

Qualitative Analysis

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Qualitative Analysis

  • Affinity diagrams - Lindsay MacDonald
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  • Contextual interviews: Part 1 - Shahnewaz Jolly
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Some points.

  • Items in italics are unassigned.
  • If you want to change for another unassigned topic (or swap between yourselves), let me know as soon as possible.
  • For each group, you should coordinate with the other people doing topics in that category. You can, if you want, join up as a team for your presentation, although your reports have to be individual. I encourage flow in a topic. Avoid overlap with others.
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User/task models and walkthroughs

  • Cognitive walkthrough

Interviews

  • Ethnographic interview

Questionnaires

  • Surveys

Qualitative Analysis

  • Open coding
  • Grounded theory

Field methods

  • Design ethnography

Modeling and evaluating low-level actions

  • GOMS
  • Keystroke level model
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Modeling and evaluating low-level actions

  • Fitts Law - Lawrence Fyfe
  • GOMS
  • Keystroke level model
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Modeling and evaluating low-level actions

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  • Grounded theory
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Creating and evaluating early designs

  • The role of prototyping - Jamie Starke
  • Wizard of Oz - John Harris

User/task models and walkthroughs

  • Personas - David Ma
  • Task centered walkthrough - Darren Andreychuk
  • Cognitive walkthrough
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  • How to Interviews - Paul Saulnier
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  • How to Interviews - Paul Saulnier
  • Focus groups - Chris Luce
  • Ethnographic interview

Questionnaires

  • How to design Questionnaires - Miaosen Wang
  • Likert scales - Shahedul Khandkar
  • Surveys
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Heuristic Inspection

  • Heuristic evaluation (general)
  • Heuristic evaluation (specialized: groupware, ambient displays, etc.)

(:cellnr :) User/task models and walkthroughs

  • Personas - David Ma
  • Task centered walkthrough - Darren Andreychuk
  • Cognitive walkthrough

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  • How to design Questionnaires - Miaosen Wang
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  • Design ethnography

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  • Fitts Law - Lawrence Fyfe
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  • Logging user performance
  • Instructional video - produce a video that illustrates a technique
  • Are 5 users enough?
  • Ethics

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  • Heuristic evaluation (general)
  • Heuristic evaluation (specialized: groupware, ambient displays, etc.)
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  • Likert scales - Shahedul Khandkar
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  • Personas - David Ma
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(:table width=90%:) (:cellnr :) Interviews

  • Contextual interviews
  • Ethnographic interview
  • Focus groups

(:cell :) Heuristic Inspection

  • Heuristic evaluation (general)
  • Heuristic evaluation (specialized: groupware, ambient displays, etc.)

(:cellnr :) User/task models and walkthroughs

  • Personas
  • Task centered walkthrough - Darren Andreychuk Alternate: do personas?
  • Cognitive walkthrough

(:cell :) Qualitative Analysis

  • Open coding
  • Affinity diagrams
  • Grounded theory

(:cellnr :) Questionnaires

  • Likert scales
  • How to design Questionnaires - Shahedul Khandkar
  • Surveys

(:cell :) Field methods

  • Field studies
  • Design ethnography
  • Contextual inquiry

(:cellnr :) Creating and evaluating early designs

  • The role of prototyping - Jamie Starke
  • Wizard of Oz - John Harris

(:cell :) Statistical methods

  • Statistical tests - non-parametric tests
  • Statistical tests - CHI-square distributions tests...

(:cellnr :) Modeling and evaluating low-level actions

  • Fitts Law - Lawrence Fyfe
  • GOMS
  • Keystroke level model

(:cell :) Miscellaneous

  • Logging user performance
  • Instructional video - produce a video that illustrates a technique
  • Are 5 users enough?
  • Ethics

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