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    Nilsson, Erica
    Linnaeus University, Faculty of Technology, Department of Media Technology.
    Gränssnittsdesign för videocentrerad online-rådgivning: Utformad efter frågeställarens och rådgivarens olika användarroller2013Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The following essay is a design study which has developed a design proposal for a online-counseling service by information from literature, earlier analysis, interviews and personas which is suited for the user roles, questioner and advisor by their subject skills and by knowledge of the web service. The aim with the study was to investigate who the interfaces would be designed to accomplish the goals that the respective user role have when using the service. The design proposal is a part of a larger project where patients, diagnosed with cancer have had the opportunity to borrow an iPad which will work as a source of communication when there are no ordinary visits. The part where this work is involved in is a web service where patients have the opportunity to watch pre-recorded videos about the medication and may discuss potential questions with a nurse. The users have the opportunity to use a videotool as a mean of communication, which has been in the center of the design because it can be used to ease the communication between users. The video information which is attached from the existing videos can clarify the users messages. The advisor is in need for an interface with a sufficient amount of functions to clarify the information who is sent to the questioner. In the design proposal it has been made by a larger number of steps for the video function. The design proposal for the questioner's interface has been tested individually with five different participants through a prototype implemented with HTML5, Css and Javascript. The users integrated with the prototype and later answered some questions through an interview. The result showed that it is important to avoid a complicated interface with a large number of functions for the questioner. Furthermore, a simple interface design with clear descriptions and visualization for the clickable element is necessary. If the questioner is irritated and spend a lot of time on learning how the service works he or she may choose not to use the web service.

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