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What is a Doctor of Science Degree?

In Education, Interaction Design by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

In 2014, I finally graduated after several years of intensive work from the University of Baltimore with a Doctor of Science degree in Information and Interaction Design. At the time I graduated people started asking me about my credential and whether or not it was the same as a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). What is a Doctor of Science? There are …

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Heather Remote Usability Session 10

In Interaction Design by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series Usability Testing Sessions

Heather also experienced some workflow issues with the application where she was unable to locate various areas of the system.  She commented that the excessive scrolling contributed to her confusion with this.  In addition to this she noted concern with the various grid updates and format of the STA grid for editing and updating.

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Jeff Remote Usability Session 6

In Interaction Design by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

This entry is part 7 of 11 in the series Usability Testing Sessions

Jeff ran into some problems when he did not save the form page he was on and lost changes.  He had trouble remembering to press the update button on the various grids.  In addition to this, he also came across problems with the ‘Big Ideas’ control and text area bug for ‘Final Product’ that others faced.

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Lorie Remote Usability Session 4

In Interaction Design by Ian Carnaghan0 Comments

This entry is part 5 of 11 in the series Usability Testing Sessions

This usability testing session revealed some issues with the using the Big Ideas drop-down selectors for adding new records.  In addition to this, the process for adding standards, targets and assessments appeared confusing to the user.  There were some issues with workflow where the user was confused about which screen she was on.  Recommendations were made for allowing file uploads.

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