MBooks Usability Reports

MBooks User Tests

March, 2007
MBooks

 Study by SI 622 Student Group. The purpose of this survey was to perform formal user tests of the Mirlyn and MBooks interfaces to observe use of the systems in order to pinpoint potential problem areas.

Authorship: 
SI 622 Student Group
UX Method: 
Usability Testing
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SI622MBooks_UserTest.pdf550.47 KB
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MBooks Survey #2

March, 2007
MBooks

 Study by SI 622 Student Group. The purpose of this survey was to receive feedback on the MBooks user experience and to compare MBooks with other electronic resources. The comparison focused on features available in other electronic resource systems and what features are lacking from the MBooks system.

Authorship: 
SI 622 Student Group
UX Method: 
Survey
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SI622MBooks_Survey.pdf417.51 KB
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MBooks Comparative Evaluation

February, 2007
MBooks

 Study by SI 622 Student Group. The comparative evaluation of MBooks' competitive landscape. Other interfaces assessed: Google Boook Search, Amazon Online Reader, Safari Books Online, The Open Library, Harvard University Library's Pageturner

Authorship: 
SI 622 Student Group
UX Method: 
Comparative Evaluation
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SI622MBooks_CompEval.pdf3 MB
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MBooks Survey #1

February, 2007
MBooks

The primary goal of this survey was to collect a preliminary set of both quantitative and qualitative data about the functionality, usability, and aesthetics of MBooks.

Authorship: 
SI 622 Student Group
UX Method: 
Survey
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MBooks_SurveyReport_1.pdf1.08 MB
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MBooks Generalized Transition Network "GTN"

February, 2007
MBooks

 Study by SI 622 Student Group. A GTN is a method for statically representing and describing a system in order to better evaluate the system's scope, organization, flow, and predict where usage problems may occur.

Authorship: 
SI 622 Student Group
UX Method: 
Generalized Transition Network
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MBooks_SI622_GTN.pdf932.33 KB
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Last modified: 03/24/2013