UI Testing feedback from AHM 2015
We had two testers who provided feedback the provenance and metadata display. Overall the feedback was positive. Here is are the notes taken during that feedback (from Rachel Volentine):
-Participants liked that the display was simple and clean.
-The Prov display was clear (one of the best displays they have seen)
-They did not think upload date was important. They wanted to know creation date.
-They wanted some sort of symbol or icon to indicate that they are more ancestors (an arrow or something?) but they did not want the display to become too busy
-They liked the idea of a tab system to indicate what information was available on the page. BUT they did not want the display to become busy/cluttered. Only do something if the display will stay clean.
-They thought there was a lot of scrolling and thought it would be easy to get lost on the page. Wanted a "jump" or "back to top" button to help navigate.
-Wanted date the data was created to be more prominent. Didn't really care about date uploaded or date of DOI
-When you click on the ancestor you see "view", which they expected to mean you would see the R script (or other object). Recommend changing the term to "preview" or other term to mean that you see metadata instead.
-They liked the idea of getting a preview of the ancestor data
-One participant said "That's really clean stuff to work with" and considered that to be a big reason to return to the site.
-They liked the plain English descriptions in prov
-They liked the MN branding in the search
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