Interaction design, User Experience and Doctoral Research in Information Architecture, Human Cognition, Web & Graphic, and Interaction Design

UX & Design

Sketching out your Perfect Website

You’ve decided it’s time to start solidifying ideas for your ideal website. You have no doubt spent countless hours in the planning phase identifying...
Ian Carnaghan
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What is a Doctor of Science Degree?

In 2014, I finally graduated after several years of intensive work from the University of Baltimore with a Doctor of Science degree in Information...
Ian Carnaghan
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Heather Remote Usability Session 10

Heather also experienced some workflow issues with the application where she was unable to locate various areas of the system.  She commented that the...
Ian Carnaghan
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Meg Remote Usability Session 9

Meg had some difficulty working with the various grids, however once she learned the process, she was able to easily complete the remaining tasks. ...
Ian Carnaghan
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Michael Remote Usability Session 8

Michael was able to complete all tasks without many concerns.  He observer and pointed out a few potential enhancements with the system, however the...
Ian Carnaghan
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Romey Remote Usability Session 7

Romey completed most tasks with ease, however on a few occasions she came across recurring issues.  She had trouble working with the ‘Big Ideas’...
Ian Carnaghan
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Curriculum Mapping for Expeditionary Learning

Curriculum Mapping is the process of documenting lessons, activities and assessment methods used within different grade levels and classes in an educational institution.  Expeditionary...
Ian Carnaghan
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Jeff Remote Usability Session 6

Jeff ran into some problems when he did not save the form page he was on and lost changes.  He had trouble remembering to...
Ian Carnaghan
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Megan Remote Usability Session 5

Megan was able to complete most tasks with ease.  The only issue she seemed to have was related to workflow and finding specific sections...
Ian Carnaghan
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