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Re: Undersökningar och enkäter

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Oct-24 18:18

"I am (currently) a Master's student (MSc) in Professional Practice (Web User Experience) at the SAE Master programme, accredited and validated by Middlesex University in London.

My Master's thesis focuses on the implementation of a mobile intranet. The aim of the investigation is to identify which factors influence the user experience (UX) in what extent and what has to be taken into account to ensure an optimal UX.
I created a survey in order to reveal which UX methods and online tools are mostly used in the industry and need to be considered in the user centered-design process for mobile applications.

Link to the survey: It would be great if you could support me with my thesis and fill out the survey: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/ux-methods-tools/

After submission to the university I will share the results and my thesis to all who have participated.

Thank you very much for your support!
Björn Böller"

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Questionnaire about user experience interaction guidelines

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Sep-09 19:55

Questionnaire about user experience interaction guidelines

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/vie ... ZE9fNXc6MQ

"My name is Stina Andersson and I'm currently writing my master thesis at GE Healthcare, Life sciences. The purpose of the thesis is to evaluate how to develop and implement user experience interaction guidelines in a successful way, and also what they should contain. This questionnaire is a part of the thesis and is aimed for persons with experience of developing UX-guidelines and/or implementing them in development organisations."

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Do you use cognitive work analysis?

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Jul-10 21:58

Do you use cognitive work analysis?

As part of my PhD research I am exploring how the CWA framework is used as part of a design process. I am inviting researchers and practitioners who use CWA to participate in a survey which will ask about their experiences and attitudes. The results may inform the development of a design approach to assist the translation of CWA outputs into practical designs. Please follow this link for further information, and please pass this information on to any colleagues or peers who you think would be interested to participate:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CWAandDesign

Thank you,
Gemma

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User experience techniques

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Jun-17 22:45

User experience techniques

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/vie ... MGRCMEE6MQ

"Hi, i would like to know more about collegues from user experience around the world. There is a lot of techniques how to describe tasks/goals of users. I also have my favorites what i use almost every project which i solve.

Please, give me less than 2 minutes and fill this short form. At the end, you will see the results from your UX collegues."

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UX Questionnaire

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Apr-01 22:37

UX Questionnaire

http://survey.tudor.lu/limesurvey2/inde ... 96&lang=en

Have you ever heard of the concept of User Experience (also called UX)? Does its definition seem clear to you?

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The Meaning of Independence in System Evaluations

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Feb-10 20:42

Request for your assistance in a Ph.D. Research Survey.......

The Meaning of Independence in System Evaluations

Please click here: http://barnett-survey.org/intro.htm
- When you are involved in critical deployment decisions are "independent" evaluations used?
- What does it really mean for evaluations to be independent?
- When faced with reduced resources, could independence be partially reduced in some ways that mattered less?
- What aspects of independence are most important?

I invite you to help determine answers to these questions by participating in a short survey. The survey is part of a doctoral research project under the guidance of Stevens Institute of Technology. Here are some good reasons why you should participate: - You can contribute to the scientific study of

Decision-making.
- The study results will be shared with all participants.
- Your opinions will be heard.
- You can have a real impact on evaluation guidance.
- We need YOU so that the results will correctly represent all critical system engineering disciplines.
- You will have little extra to do: The survey should take no more than 15 minutes of your time. There are 18 mostly multiple choice questions, two of which have a number of rating scales.
- Your answers are strictly confidential. The steps taken to ensure your privacy have been approved by the Institutional Review Board at Stevens.

We welcome your interest in this research whether you feel that independent evaluations are essential, or not justified. There is no predetermined "right answer" in this research. To participate in the research just go to the website shown above or below. If someone else you know would be a valuable participant please forward this email to them with your recommendation.

Please click here: http://barnett-survey.org/intro.htm

Thank you for your cooperation. Please call me or email me if you have any questions or comments.

Robert L. Barnett, rbarnett@stevens.edu, 609-965-5347, cell: 609-286-3558

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Enduser Technology Survey

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Sep-19 07:18

Enduser Technology Survey

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22C77SEA9DY

This survey is designed to help investigate what design-induced errors occur in safety critical systems and whether they might be caused by design process errors. In particular, I am interested in design-induced errors that can occur when new technologies are introduced into rail and other control rooms. The survey should take you no longer than 4 - 7 minutes to complete.

Responses are sought from control room staff, managers, safety officers, human factors professionals, designers, engineers, other design and development personnel, researchers and anyone else who has a concern about the involvement of end-users in the design of the tools they use.

Participation in the study is completely voluntary and names and addresses will not be collected. The study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of CQ University. If you have any concerns with the study, you can contact the Office of Research on +617 49232607 or by email at research-enquiries@cqu.edu.au.

Ron DayPhD researcher
Centre for Railway Engineering
CQ University
Bruce Highway
Rockhampton Qld 47020749309589
r.day@cqu.edu.au

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New Technology Adoption in a Control Room Context Survey

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Jul-12 21:52

"Hi, I’m a researcher looking for human factors experts to complete my 5 minute survey. Your opinion matters. Click the link to start, it’ll be fun…

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/638GY7C

My project has ethical approval and is examining end-user adoption of new technologies when introduced into control rooms/towers of safety critical organisations."

Elise Crawford
Researcher at CQUniversity, Australia
Rockhampton Area, Australia

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Study of HF issues when new technologies containing design-i

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Jun-05 15:54

Study of HF issues when new technologies containing design-induced errors are introduced into workplaces

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22C77SEA9DY

"This survey is designed to help investigate what design-induced errors occur in safety critical systems and whether they might be caused by design process errors. In particular, I am interested in design-induced errors that can occur when new technologies are introduced into rail and other control rooms. The survey should take you no longer than 4 - 7 minutes to complete.

Responses are sought from control room staff, managers, safety officers, human factors professionals, designers, engineers, other design and development personnel, researchers and anyone else who has a concern about the involvement of end-users in the design of the tools they use.

Participation in the study is completely voluntary and names and addresses will not be collected. The study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of CQ University. If you have any concerns with the study, you can contact the Office of Research on +617 49232607 or by email at research-enquiries@cqu.edu.au.

Ron DayPhD researcher
Centre for Railway Engineering
CQ University
Bruce Highway
Rockhampton Qld 47020749309589
r.day@cqu.edu.au"

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Take part in a survey on e-Accessibility

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-May-05 11:50

Take part in a survey on e-Accessibility

http://ec.europa.eu/information_society ... em_id=6919

(28/04/2011) On behalf of the European Commission, Technosite, NOVA and CNIPA are carrying out the “Monitoring eAccessibility” Study. This study will provide an overview of the status and progress of eAccessibility-related policies and technologies in 14 selected European countries and three non-European countries. The topic of this Study is “eAccessibility”, in other words the ways that people with disabilities and others (such as older people) overcome the technical barriers and difficulties they experience when trying to participate on equal terms in the information society. ICT is increasingly essential for daily life and work. ICT contributes to efficiency and quality of public services, business opportunities, workers' productivity and overall competitiveness. The survey is open until 8 May.

The countries included in the Study are: Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Greece, Norway, United States, Canada and Australia.

The opinion of organisations representing people with disabilities and users is very valuable for the aim of this study, and for this reason we have set up an online survey on the current status of eAccessibility.

If your organisation operates in one of the above-mentioned countries we would like to invite you to take part in the survey and/or to kindly disseminate this survey throughout all your contacts and organizations which may be concerned by these topics. The results of this questionnaire will be compared with the data collected from ICT and policy experts in order to have the widest possible view of the current eAccessibility context. This questionnaire asks about the everyday eAccessibility experiences of end users and people with disabilities, and does not require any specific technical knowledge. The information collected in the survey will be processed anonymously. It will be used to make comparisons between countries but not linked to any individual organisations, and will be used for non-commercial purposes.

To access to the questionnaire, please follow these easy steps:

1. Go to http://www.eaccessibility-monitoring.eu

2. In the section “National experts” in the bottom right hand corner, enter the following user and password: Name: User066 ; Password: User066_01

3. Click on “Survey”

4. On the left side, click on “add” and after that, click on “Continue”.

From this point, you can now start to complete the questionnaire. It should not take you more than 10-15 minutes. Please, do not forget to click on “send” in the last page of the questionnaire to finish it correctly.

The questionnaire is divided into 20 topics. The first one, “About your Organisation” is to collect facts and figures about your organisation and is solely to collect statistical data. Each of the following 19 sections addresses a specific aspect of eAccessibility that falls within the scope of this study. Each section has one or more questions regarding specific technologies or policy indicators in relation to a particular ICT domain. Not all questions / sections may be relevant to the user group(s) represented by your organisation or address your expertise. Wherever this is the case, simply choose "don't know" or "this question does not concern the user group(s) represented by my organisation" from the menu and move on to the next one. At the bottom of each question there is also an optional field in which you may add comments, suggestions or clarifications relating to that specific topic.

Should you have any questions or problems in completing the questionnaire do not hesitate to get in touch at any time. Please send an email explaining your question to users66(at)technosite.es. We would be very grateful if you could complete the questionnaire by 8 May 2011.

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