IADT MSc UX Design Assignment — Testing Assessment

Comments from Participants

Task Completion

Time on Task

Relative time on task in seconds

Error Rates

Relative error rates when completing tasks

Satisfaction Scale

Relative satisfaction scale from testing Microsoft Teams and paper prototypes.
Relative satisfaction scores

Assessment

  • All three paper prototype tasks recorded a higher satisfaction rating than the Microsoft Teams equivalent.
  • Time on task for all three prototype versions was faster than for Microsoft Teams.
  • The initial paper prototype recorded 3 completion errors; related to the successive use of an Upload button label in the UI on the task completion journey.
  • The first paper iteration recorded 0 errors after the renaming of the button Upload to Submit.
  • The second paper iteration improved the time on task and recorded 0 errors by reducing the number of steps to upload and a combined processing/confirmation message.
  • However, the first iteration offered more satisfaction over the second iteration and other versions tested.

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