- Expert review
- Heuristics Evaluation
- Task-based usability test
Sal Ahmad, assistant professor of surgery and medical director of the Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care Unit
reduce casualties (Demir et.al, 2017). Usability research is therefore indispensable to improve the system and to make the best solution available in terms of technology and user-friendly interface design.
The IE Lab was hired to conduct the usability research for Panacea’s Cloud. The usability research was conducted between March 1 – May 5, 2016 in order to evaluate the initial proof-of-concept product of Panacea’s Cloud. This system has been iteratively developed and refined based on user experience research driven methodology that employed a mixed methods approach, including the views of clinical experts. Specifically, the IE lab initially conducted the design review to test and revise the system; then, task-based eye-tracking studies; and post-task surveys and interviews were conducted to derive further design recommendations.
Demir, F., Ahmad, S., Calyam, P., Jiang, D., Huang, R., & Jahnke, I. (2017). A Next-Generation Augmented Reality Platform for Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI). Journal of Usability Studies, 12(4).