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Contextual Task Analysis

A contextual task analysis, or contextual inquiry, is a user research method that applies ethnographic observation and one-on-one interviewing to understand the task procedures that users follow to reach their goals. The researcher silently observes the user at work in … Continue reading

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Task analysis

What It Is and What You Learn Task analysis involves learning about your users’ goals, what they want to do on your Web site and how they work. It can also mean learning about specific task users must do to … Continue reading

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Task analysis

Summary Task analysis analyses what a user is required to do in terms of actions and/or cognitive processes to achieve a task. A detailed task analysis can be conducted to understand the current system and the information flows within it. … Continue reading

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