Which two of the following are frequently used usability evaluation methods?
What concepts are a part of the user experience as defined in CPUX-F?
Which one of the following statements best describes the purpose of a focus group?
A focused discussion where a moderator leads a group of participants through a set of questions on specific topics.
Do not use focus groups for usability evaluation. Focus groups are about attitude and opinion. In comparison, usability tests are about observing actual user behaviour.
Which three of the following deliverables are created during the activity "Produce design solutions to meet user requirements"?
Which one of the following statements is INCORRECT?
Usability evaluation is a part of the phase: "Evaluate the design against user requirements"
Usability tests may occur at any time during the human-centred design process, from early analysis through interactive system delivery and beyond. Usability tests may be based on paper sketches or display mock-ups, as well as on interactive systems under design and completed interactive systems.
Unlike usability tests, usability inspections do not involve users, except where a user adopts the role of evaluator.
1. Fill in the blank:
Observation is a method for gathering_________ relating to user needs in which an observer watches users who carry out tasks that are related to the interactive system.
1. contextual information
Which three of the following components are part of the user interface of a car for the driver of the car?
All components of an interactive system (software or hardware) that provide information and controls for the user, to allow them to accomplish specific tasks with the interactive system.
An interaction between a user and an interactive system that consists of user actions (input) and responses from the interactive system (output) in order to achieve a goal.
A combination of hardware, software and services that users interact with in order to achieve specific goals. Notes:
1. This includes, where appropriate, packaging, user documentation, on-line help, support and training.
2. Even systems that do not accept input from users are covered by this definition, for example destination boards in an airport or signs in a train station.