Deliverable D5.3.1 User Acceptance Assessments

Bram Lievens, Karen Torben Nielsen, Elke Beck, Sara Kepplinger, H.k. Moser, Marianna Obrist, Manfred Tscheligi, Marika Lüders

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Abstract

The general objective of the CITIZEN MEDIA project is to enable non-professional users to co-create networked applications and experiences based on their own user-generated content. CITIZEN MEDIA investigates how people can be supported in their everyday life, by innovative use of user generated content. The vision of the project is to provide more knowledge about the citizen himself becoming the major media producer and distributor, and about exploiting this media created by different citizens at different moments of time to generate a co-created CITIZEN MEDIA application. In general, user-centric design methods are used to build successful applications that assure strong user involvement. Different applications and services are thus developed in a co-creative way.
The goal of WP5 is to evaluate the applications that are developed within the project. The overall evaluation approach, including a detailed description of the methodological approach and evaluation framework, is provided in deliverable D5.1.2 (Evaluation Plan). Two major evaluation objectives were defined within CITIZEN MEDIA: user experience on the one hand and user acceptance on the other hand. Both objectives are investigated for each CITIZEN MEDIA application in order to assess and steer the further development of the applications in such way that they meet up with the specific needs and expectations of the user.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown
Publication statusPublished - 30 May 2009

Keywords

  • user acceptance, communities, evaluation

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