ED113 students practiced the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) See photo for QFocus statement.
Learning design diamond. Our first activity in ED113 on 1/27/14. I made self assessment the most important focus of my project. Cards were colored coded into 4 major categories.
Question Formulation Technique (QFT) Prototype Design
Large video screen at Center for Applied Technology @Fidelity. Human Factors in Information System Design field trip. ISMT-S170
Tom Tullis demonstrates interactive timeline.
Users slide the video screen down a track to interact with the wall sized timeline.
Screen allows users to use touch to activate videos.
Usability lab control room. The window is a simulated home office for user testing. The glass is a one-way mirror.
Paper-based mock up of new mobile app.
Users will interact with the prototype on paper optimized for a smart phone. A document camera will record the users interaction.
Paper prototype projected on large screen with video feed of desktop setup for observing user.
Eye-tracking station. The left screen records where the user's eyes are focusing on the page. The right screen shows a summary hot map indicating the most viewed areas of the page. Red has the highest views.
The red dot shows where the eye is currently focused.
Eye-tracking system (hardware & sofware) by Tobii costs $40,000.
Fidelity's Usability lab, uses Design Thinking Process for new products. Sign outside testing room. #hfs170
Design Thinking a critical component of Fidelity's idea and innovation practice.
Tom Tullis discusses how users read web pages using eye-tracking software. (58sec)
Installation at MIT Media Lab Lobby
Professor Cesar A. Hidalgo welcomes Humans Factors class.
Great views from the 6th floor.
Plenty of Legos in the Life-long Kindergarten lab
inForm produced by the Tangible Media Group.
Professor Hidalgo demonstrates Observatory one of the Macro Connections group's projects.
Which place looks safer? Place Pulse
A new way to view the most desirable New York City neighborhoods.
Professor Hidalgo bids our class farewell.
Human Factors in Information Systems Design, summer 2014 class at MIT Media Lab. Professor Dennis Galletta