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1. Introduction
1.1 Problem area
1.2 Goal and purpose
1.3 Limitations
1.4 Targeted readers
1.5 Thesis overview
2. Background
2.1 Ascom Wireless Solutions
2.1.1 Wireless handsets
2.1.2 Nurse call system
2.1.3 Interactive messaging
2.1.4 Message priorities
3. Theoretical framework
3.1 User-centred design
3.1.1 What is usability?
3.2 User-centred design methods
3.2.1 Interviews
3.2.2 PACT-analysis
Social context Figure 6. Industrial, healthcare and office environments
3.2.3 Personas
3.2.4 Hierarchical Task Analysis
3.2.5 Prototyping
3.2.6 User testing
3.3.3 Dyslexia
3.4 Cultural User Interfaces
3.4.1 Overt factors
3.4.2 Covert factors
3.5 Colour interface design theory
3.5.1 Colour theory
3.5.2 Colour in the graphical interface
3.5.3 Colour coding
3.5.4 Context of use
4. Method
4.1 Requirements gathering
4.1.1 Interviews
4.1.2 PACT-analysis
4.1.3 Personas
4.3 Second iteration
4.3.1 Hierarchical Task Analysis
4.3.2 Prototyping
4.3.3 User tests
4.3.4 Colour deficiency test
4.4 Third iteration
4.4.1 Heuristic evaluation
4.5 Method summary
5. Results
5.1 Requirements gathering
5.1.1 Interview with Ascom Swedish sales representatives
5.1.2 Interview with the industrial segment manager at Ascom
5.1.3 Interviews with two teleCARE experts at Ascom
5.1.4 Results from the PACT-analysis
5.1.5 Personas
5.1.6 Literature study of general colour interface design principles
5.2 First iteration
5.2.1 Interviews with representatives of the industrial segment
5.2.2 Interviews with representatives of the healthcare segment
5.2.4 Colour association test
5.2.5 Observation at the Ascom factory in Herrljunga
5.2.6 Observations at Örebro and Sahlgrenska University hospitals
5.3 Second iteration
5.3.1 Hierarchical Task Analysis
5.3.2 Prototyping
5.3.3 User tests with the industrial representatives
5.3.4 User tests with the healthcare representatives
5.3.5 Colour deficiency tests
5.4 Third iteration
5.4.1 Redesign
5.4.2 Heuristic expert evaluation
6. Final results
6.1 Colour interface design guidelines
6.2 Design proposal for the messaging user interface
6.2.1 Message list
6.2.2 Signed message list
6.2.3 Low priority message
6.2.4 Normal priority message
6.2.5 High priority message
6.2.6 Alarm priority message
7. Discussion
7.1 Method discussion
7.1.1 Requirements gathering
7.1.2 First iteration
7.1.3 Second iteration
7.1.4 Third iteration
7.2 Result discussion
7.3 Future work
7.3.1 Cultural profiles
7.3.2 Suggested applications
8. Conclusions
9. References
9.1 Books, articles and reports
9.2 Standards and regulations
9.3 URL references
9.4 Ascom documents
Appendix A. Glossary
Appendix B. Personas
Appendix C. Interview participants and questions
Appendix D. Test participants in the colour association test
Appendix E. Results from the hierarchical task analyses
Appendix F. Test participants in the user test
Appendix G. Test participants in the colour deficiency test
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User Interface Design for Colour Displays in Wireless Phones

User Interface Design for Colour Displays in Wireless Phones

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Published by: Sara Eggert on Jul 06, 2011
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