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Mobile Discovery This project reinforced that developing for mobile devices is complex because of the wide range of operating systems, browsers, screen resolution and processing power that are in common use at present. We also learnt that our users do … Continue reading
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User requirements report
Aim The purpose of gathering user requirements was to ensure that the development of the mobile search resulted in a user-friendly interface with functionality that would make it useful and attractive to OU students and staff. Method Members of Open … Continue reading
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Invitation to OU Staff: search the library on your mobile phone and win an Amazon voucher!
OU Library Services would like to invite you to take part in assessing our mobile library search tool in order to help us improve it. If you are willing to take part you will be asked to carry out any … Continue reading
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User requirements – diary study
In order to ascertain user requirements for our mobile discovery interface, we are going to ask members of Open University staff to try out a prototype mobile search interface we already have. We will recruit some academic staff, and some … Continue reading
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