|Monday||11:10-noon||Normally: H.R.B Lecture Theater, Robinson Building
Oct 16: Room 425 Anatomy Lecture Theater - Doorway 3 Medical School, Teviot
Nov 13: Room 425 Anatomy Lecture Theater - Doorway 3 Medical School, Teviot
|Thursday||11:10-noon||G.07 Meadows Lecture Theater - Doorway 4, Medical School, Teviot Central|
Introduction / Design Process
Long Reading: How to understand problems by Andrew J. Ko
Long Reading: How to define problems by Andrew J. Ko
|3.||25 Sep||Interviews and Contextual Inquery's
Short Reading: UMD: 20. Contextual Inquery
Long Reading: 8 Tips for Conducting UX Interviews
Long Reading: How to Conduct User Interviews
|4.||28 Sep||Contextual Inquery, Storyboards, and Design Patterns
Short Reading: UMD: 82. Storyboards
Short Reading: User Interface Design Patterns - Do not read all of this site. Instead read a couple of the patterns under "User Interface Design Patterns". I do not expect you to have all the patterns on this site memorized.
Long Reading: IDF: Design Principles
Affordances, Metaphores, and Page Layout
Long Reading: Designed for Use: Chapter 7: Text Usability
Long Reading: Designed for Use: Chapter 8: Hierarchies in User Interface Design
Long Reading: How to design user interfaces by Andrew J. Ko
The Human Computer and Gestalt Principles
Slides: Human Computer
Long Reading: Designing with the Mind in Mind Chapter 2
Tasks and Heuristics
Slides: Tasks and Subtasks
Short Reading: UMD: 46. Heuristic Evaluation
Long Reading: Ten Usability Heuristics by Jakob Nielsen
Slides: Cognitive Walkthrough
Video: Simple example of a cognitive walkthrough
Short Reading: UMD: 13. Cognitive Walkthrough
Short Reading: UMD: 93. Usability Report
Long Reading: The Belmont Report
Video: Ethical and Privacy Issues in Data Science - A lecture Kami Vaniea previously gave in a Data Science Lecture series on research ethics.
Slides: Lab Studies
Short Reading: UMD: 84. Task Analysis
Short Reading: UMD: 87. Think Aloud
Short Reading: UMD: 94. Usability Testing
Supplimentary: Guide to conducting Think-Alouds
Think Aloud and Focus Groups
Slides: Lab Studies Cont.
Slides: Focus Groups
Short Reading: UMD: 43. Focus Groups
Long Reading: How to Conduct Focus Groups
Supplimentary: Likert-Type Scale Respons Anchors
Supplimentary: Example of a professional-grade survey designed to test how inclusive a course is. The last section (p126-158) describes how to interpret the survey.
Supplimentary: Too Much Knowledge? Security Beliefs and Protective Behaviors Among US Internet Users by Rick Wash and Emilee Rader - Excellent example of how to do a large scale survey the correct way.
Slides: Study Design
Long Read: When to Use Which User-Experience Research Methods.
Long Read: UX Research Cheat Sheet.
Supplimentary: System Usability Scale - basic questionaire for assessing usability of an interface.
Slides: Study Design Cont.
Long Read: Wikipedia on GOMS.
|15.||6 Nov||Qualitative Data Analysis
Long Read: What is External Validity in Research?.
|16.||9 Nov||Case Studies in Experiments
Slides: No slides.
Short Reading: UMD: 68. Rapid Iterative Testing and Evaluation (RITE)
Cases: Experiment case studies.
|17.||13 Nov||Communicating Results
Handout: Cloze Test Handout
Long Read: How to critique by Andrew J. Ko.
Long Read: Testing Content by Angela Colter
Long Read: Designed for Use: Text Usability (Chapter 7)
|18.||16 Nov||Class Canceled
|19.||20 Nov||Mental Models
Long Read: Guidelines for Accessible and Usable Web Sites: Observing Users Who Work With Screen Readers by Mary Frances Theofanos and Janice Redish
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