8 Work reengineering & Conceptual De

Report
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Creating the physical
Design of the user
interface (UI)
Issue of work
reengineering
User needs
and
requirements
◦ Power
◦ Efficiency
◦ Effective support of
business goals
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 Introduction
Library
to the Digital
 Work
Reengineering for the
Digital Library
 Task
Allocation for the Digital
Library
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Part 1 – Usability
◦ Usability Attributes for system development
◦ User Interface Matters
◦ Costs related to poor UI
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Part 2 – Requirements
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Part 3 – Design
◦ How to gather requirements and create user stories
◦ True Users – Persona – User’s Domains
◦ Describing Users’ Work
◦ Conceptual Design
◦ Choosing for the user’s best devices, interaction, etc.
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A University department has
◦ Users: _________ __________ _________________
◦ Tasks: ____________________________
◦ Individuals have personal libraries to share
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Business Motivation for New Digital Library
◦ _______________________
◦ Track personal resources.
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Work differently if to work effectively
Goals:
◦ Power and efficiency that automation makes possible
◦ More effectively support business goals
◦ Minimize retraining
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To Begin DO:
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Task Scenario: represents the present situation.
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Use Scenario: description of the anticipated use
of the new UI.
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Sharing the different “essential” tasks
between the user and the computer.
Essential use case:
◦ Index card with User’s Purpose
Responsibility
- System
Fig 8.3
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The process of establishing the underlying
organization and structure of a UI
Content diagram – low fidelity prototype that
represents the organization and structure of the
user interface from the designer’s perspective.
Fig 8.5
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Design needs:
◦ Derived concrete use cases
◦ Identify primary task objects, attributes, actions
◦ Identify the containers and the task objects in each
one
◦ Link containers to s
◦ how navigation flow.
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Deriving from Essential Use case.
Fig 8.6
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 Conceptual
Design
◦ Deriving Concrete Use Cases from Essential Use
Cases
◦ Identifying Task Objects, Attributes, and Actions
 Task Objects
 Attributes
 Actions
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Task Objects: units of information or data
with which the users interact to carry out
their tasks.
◦ Includes Class objects, i.e. media types, members
of the library
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Attributes: task object components
◦ Properties and Child Objects
 Title and author are properties of book
 Owner of CD-ROM is child object of CD-ROM because
Owner has its own properties
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Actions: actions performed on task objects
◦ Allocating guests to rooms. (Add)
◦ Create, delete, copy , save, edit, etc.
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Task objects – single underline
Attributes of objects – double underline
Fig 8.8
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Fig 8.9
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◦ Marking Up the Concrete Use Cases to Identify Task
Objects, Their Attributes, and Actions
◦ Prototyping Task Objects, Attributes, and Actions
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Use of “Sticky
Notes to
prototype task
objects,
attributes, and
actions.
Fig 8.10
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Template for Containers
Fig 8.11
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Fig 8.12
Double Link
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Main Container
Fig 8.13
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Fig 8.14
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See SimPACS Flowchart Diagram
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 Template for
Containers
 The Main Container
 Other Containers
 Links
 Prototyping Containers
and Links
 Final Thoughts on
Conceptual Design
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