Designing and Assessing Interactive Systems Using Task Models

Abstract : This two-part course takes a practical approach to introduce the principles, methods and tools in task modelling. Part 1: A non-technical introduction demonstrates that task models support successful design of interactive systems. Part 2: A more technical interactive hands-on exercise of how to "do it right", such as: How to go from task analysis to task models? How to assess (through analysis and simulation) that a task model is correct? How to identify complexity of user tasks?
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Philippe Palanque, Celia Martinie de Almeida. Designing and Assessing Interactive Systems Using Task Models. 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA 2015), Apr 2015, Seoul, South Korea. pp. 2465-2466. ⟨hal-01371784⟩

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