The UI/UX team here at Zatar was tasked with conducting a usability study for navigating between user “Worlds” within the application. Zatar, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform, is a simple way to connect devices to the Internet via cloud computing. Data from those devices is then shared amongst it’s users privately or publicly. In conducting the test we hoped to gain insightful information regarding users’ ability to distinguish between public, private or shared worlds of devices and determine if navigation amongst these worlds of devices is learnable, efficient, memorable and a satisfying product experience.
This is a results page from the usability report done for the “Worlds Navigation” study. Testers were debriefed at the end of the study and asked questions on the quality of their experience and their attitude toward completing the tasks. Using the Lickert scale for attitudinal debriefing, I was able to quantify the results and present them in comparison bar graph for analysis.