Monthly Archives: November 2013

HCI Learning Diary – 10 – Evaluation Models and Schemas

This tenth and final post in the series of good HCI design, shall examine evaluation models and schemas, and how they can be used to evaluate user research that enhances previous designs through iterative development. Yesterday’s eighth lecture, on ‘Evaluation Planning and Expert Inspections’ was quite possibly the most intellectually challenging lecture I have encountered […]

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HCI Learning Diary – 09 – Design Assignment – Meeting Reflection (3)

This ninth post in the series of good HCI design shall analyse and evaluate my performance at my team’s third meeting on the 4th November, 2013. The meeting this week focused on finalising user requirements for the project. The team began by discussing interview questionnaires, and the design approach to initiate the project from for […]

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