Just gave the final presentation today. Here’s the presentation file:
*This loads a Flash (.swf) file, which, unfortunately, will not load on many portable devices.
This is an example of some of the testing I did using a paper model of my camera interface. Users were to compete a list of select tasks such as changing settings, deleting an image, and taking a picture.[youtube http://youtu.be/SzQ48KgCzpY;w=628]
If, for some reason, the embed code is not working, the video can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzQ48KgCzpY
This is what the Canon SD750 point and shoot camera interface looks like when written out in Post-It Notes. Theres just too much. Most point-and-shoot users would never know what to do with all of these.
After eliminating all of the stuff that was redundant or unnecessary, here is what my card-sorting group slimmed the menu down to. My final design will likely reflect the refined menu.
To begin our camera design project, we started with usability and interface research. My group member, Troy Maddox, and I analyzed my Canon SD750 point and shoot camera. A short pdf explains the basic use functions of the camera, and Troy talks in a video of the scrolling function of the camera.