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That depends on your research question/s, but is nearly certain to be part of your research methodology. Research method If the evaluation is part of proving/disproving a hypothesis, or more commonly assessing the pros/cons of the resultant design in a thesis that aims to develop a system, then the choice of evaluation method (which you'll have to justify) ...


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A system design presents two aspects, the controls user needs to operate in order make the device or system function and the the domain user is operating in. The paper Domain Models for User Interface Design by David Benyon compares different valid techniques for designing the model, but clearly concludes The objects which users think about and ...


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Hope that you already are familiar with Don Norman. I think your question/topic is closely related to Normans Gulf of Evaluation and Gulf of Execution. We always want narrow gulfs in UI. To accomplish that, we can work with Normans design principles. I think it all comes down to making UI's that has as low required mental model for the user as possible. ...


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Show them the results of a usability study and how confusing it is. Do some simple paper prototypes and put them in front of users and walk through workflows for them then present quantifiable results. Worst case you might be able to use amaZon mechanical turk but I would try and put it in front of real users to similate the experience . If possible ...



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