Columbia Digital Library Collections Cognitive Walkthrough Usability Evaluation

In Spring 2015, two students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted separate cognitive walkthrough usability evaluations of a beta version of the Columbia Digital Library Collections interface (https://dlc.library.columbia.edu/). Student #1: Mike Benowitz Student #2: Andrew Ward Download Full Reports: Benowitz – Columbia DLC Cognitive Walkthrough Report (PDF) Ward – Columbia DLC Cognitive Walkthrough Report (PDF)

Community Savings Bank Usability Study

In Fall 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the website for a community savings bank in Brooklyn. Student Team: Elizabeth Karg, Diana Sapanaro, Storey Sitwala Download Full Report: Community Savings Bank Usability Report (PDF)

New York Philharmonic Digital Archives Usability Study

In Fall 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the New York Philharmonic Digital Archives (http://archives.nyphil.org/). Student Team: Rachel Bronstein, James Lemoine, Seth Persons Download Full Report: New York Philharmonic Digital Archives Usability Report (PDF)

NYARC Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the New York Art Resource Consortium (NYARC) website (http://www.nyarc.org/). Student Team: Kate Asmus, Caitlin Harrington, Nik Dragovic, Laura Marte-Piccini Download Full Report: NYARC User Testing Report (PDF)

METRO Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the Metropolitan Library Council (METRO) website (http://metro.org/). Student Team: Hannah Goldstein, Michelle Magnotta, Julia Robbins Download Full Report: METRO User Testing Report (PDF)

Collaboration Platform Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the beta version of a collaboration platform created by a local start-up. Student Team: Jessica Espejel, Megan Koontz, Lauren Restivo Download Full Report: Collaboration Platform User Testing Report (PDF)

Vienna Secession Digital Exhibit Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of MOMA’s “This Kiss to the Whole World” digital exhibit of Klimt and the Vienna Secession (http://secession.nyarc.org/). Student Team: Lauren Allshouse, Michael Beiser,  Jordana Carlin, Libby Kaufer Download Full Report: Vienna Secession User Testing Report (PDF)

Center for Jewish History Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the Center for Jewish History’s single search interface (http://search.cjh.org/). Student Team: J.D. Arden, Rachel O’Neill, Elizabeth Willse Download Full Report: Center for Jewish History User Test Report (PDF)

Lloyd Sealy Library Heuristic Usability Evaluation

In Spring 2014, two students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted separate heuristic usability evaluations of the website for the Lloyd Sealy Library Digital Collections at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (http://dc.lib.jjay.cuny.edu/). Student #1: Jessica Espejel Student #2: Megan Koontz Download Full Reports: Espejel – Lloyd Sealy […]

Decorative Things Heuristic Usability Evaluation

In Spring 2014, one student from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a heuristic usability evaluation of the Decorative Things website (http://www.decorativethings.com/). Student Leader: Jordana Carlin Download Full Report: Decorative Things Heuristic Evaluation (PDF)