Blandford, AE; (2010) Tutorial: Bringing Users' Conceptual Models into Design: An Introduction to CASSM Analysis. In: EICS 2010: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2010 ACM SIGCHI SYMPOSIUM ON ENGINEERING INTERACTIVE COMPUTING SYSTEMS. (pp. 369 - 370). ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY
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Interactive systems have to fit the needs of their users. In an evolutionary development cycle, the evaluation of existing systems serves as a foundation for designing improved systems that better fit people's needs. Few evaluation methods encourage the analyst to step back and consider how well a system supports users' conceptual understandings and system utility. CASSM, the approach presented in this course, focuses on the quality of 'fit' between users and an interactive system. This course presents the methodology of gathering suitable data and conducting a CASSM analysis, and show how CASSM can help identify re-design possibilities to improve system utility. CASSM complements established evaluation methods by focusing on conceptual structures rather than procedures. It also provides a guiding framework for analysts working with qualitative data such as think-aloud or interview protocols.
|Title:||Tutorial: Bringing Users' Conceptual Models into Design: An Introduction to CASSM Analysis|
|Event:||2nd ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems|
|Dates:||2010-06-19 - 2010-06-23|
|Keywords:||CASSM, evaluation methods, conceptual structures, co-evolution|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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