Wednesday, November 18 • 15:55 - 16:15
Collection and analysis of information from social interactions, for the design of apps: a perspective based on organisational routines

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We propose a method of collecting and analyzing information based on observational tools for defining design requirements for apps. The method is based on the notion of organizational routines from the point of view of social interaction and is used to identify patterns of information in group experiences over time

The proposed method has 5 steps: 1) Collection of information into the observed situation, 2) Viewing the information collected using the storyboard tool, 3) Group routines by similarity and temporal stage 4) Characterization of these routines, and 5) Analysis of the information from the perspective of social interaction. We emphasize that the collection of information by observers, who are active members of the analyzed group, increases the chances for identifying early requirements for app design

The paper gives some lesson learned in the application of the method to real cases. These experiences help to explain what happens at the intersection between patterns of information into social interactions and design requirements. This paper concludes that the concept of routines is useful for identify useful information for early design requirements, and for defining objectives of main technical requirements necessary for social interaction apps.

Wednesday November 18, 2015 15:55 - 16:15 GMT-03
Aula 4.6 Rondeau 165

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