MARC Bibliographic Record

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035    $a(OCoLC)971494291
035    $a(OCoLC)ocn971494291
035    $a(EXLNZ-01UWI_NETWORK)9912289358302121
049    $aGZSA
100 1_ $aMailey Noben, Michelle L.,$eauthor.
245 10 $aNo parent left behind :$ba UX research and design project /$cMichelle Mailey Noben.
264 _1 $a[Menomonie, WI] :$bUniversity of Wisconsin--Stout,$c[2017]
300    $a1 online resource (283 pages) :$billustrations
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
338    $aonline resource$bcr$2rdacarrier
502    $bM.F.A.$cUniversity of Wisconsin--Stout$d2017
538    $aMode of access: World Wide Web.
500    $aTitle from first page of PDF file (viewed on February 3, 2017).
500    $aDesign Program.
500    $aThesis advisor: Dr. Julie Peterson.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 113-118).
520 3_ $aThis two-phased thesis project, which included user research and usability testing and design of a user experience, sought to increase parent and guardian compliance to an online-based student information verification process for public schools. Through the application of visual and experience design principles informed by user experience research, the project resulted in improved user experience characterized by an engaging and unified visual identity, a userfocused timeline and design of print, digital, and messaging communications, and prototypes for improved ease-of-use within an interactive, web-based software. The user research and usability testing phase first developed two working profiles of system users through secondary research methods. These proto-personas were then represented by selectively-recruited users in usability testing of the online-based system. User interviews and surveys, a heuristic evaluation, and observational research was also conducted. From this set of original research, usability problems emerged and refinements to user profiles were made. Based on findings, the beginning-to-end user experience was redesigned, including journey maps representing users' interactions with the new experience, support documents and accommodations developed to guide and assist users, and redesigned prototypes for task screens. Designs were refined through user feedback and testing to ensure improvements to the user experience.
650 _0 $aWeb-based user interfaces$xTesting.
650 _0 $aWeb-based user interfaces$xDesign.
650 _0 $aUser-centered system design.
650 _0 $aStudent registration$xDesign.
650 _0 $aTechnology$xDocumentation.
650 _7 $aTechnology$xDocumentation.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01145107
650 _7 $aUser-centered system design.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01740021
655 _0 $aElectronic dissertations
655 _7 $aAcademic theses.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01726453
655 _7 $aAcademic theses.$2lcgft
700 1_ $aPeterson, Julie,$eadvisor.
710 2_ $aUniversity of Wisconsin--Stout.$bDesign Program,$edegree granting institution.
856 40 $u$zOnline version


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