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Analysing the Usability and User Experience of an Adaptive Geographic Information System

LOCATION: Auditorium 2, TEL, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 20th floor

Date/Time: 24.05.2016, 16:00-17:00

SPEAKER: Dénes Máté Bencze (EIT Digital Master School)


User interfaces which adapt to user tasks, behaviour and preferences are expected to be better than non-adaptive interfaces. However, so far few data is available to quantify the effect adaptivity has on usability and user experience. In this project, this effect was analysed for a professional geographic information system. In a closed-group between-subject experimental design with expert users, an adaptive and a non-adaptive version of the system were compared with respect to effectiveness, efficiency, and attractiveness. The results show that a smart adaptation of the information presentation can increase effectiveness and efficiency as measures of usability, but did not significantly affect user experience.


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