Overview of event
The AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA) is the only global membership-funded alliance helping to accelerate the adoption of Enterprise Augmented Reality (AR) by supporting the growth of a comprehensive ecosystem. We support innovative companies that invest in AR technology and who seek knowledge about the tools available, use cases, methods of implementation and return on investment.
User experience (UX) is a multi-faceted research area that includes diverse aspects of the experiential and effective use of a product, system, or service. A UX assessment helps uncover the important aspects of designing high-quality interactive products and providing an overall positive UX. To measure a UX requires assessments of usability (perspicuity, efficiency, etc.), user perception (stimulation, dependability, novelty, etc.), and human emotional reaction. In AR, different UX approaches can be compared and combined to choose that which best suits the use case and requirements.
A mixed-method evaluation approach for AR UX is necessary to ensure benefits are achieved, risks are as low as possible and the solution will be accepted by users. The Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory of the Kyung Hee University (KR) has developed a protocol using a combination of observational, self-reported, and physiological measurements.
During this public webinar, Jamil Hussain will present the principles of UX evaluation and guidelines for using Mixed-Method UX evaluation. Attendees will learn:
- Who and why to use mixed-method UX evaluations.
- When are which UX evaluations conducted,
- How to use evaluation outputs for Holistic UX, and;
- Future developments for the Mixed-Method UX evaluation protocol
Host: Christine Perey, PEREY Research & Consulting
Speaker: Jamil Hussain, Ubiquitous Computing Lab, Kyung Hee University (KR)
Registration and Fees
There is no charge for this webinar.
Location and Travel
This is an online webinar. Please use the links provided to register.