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marc busch talk user research

Talk User Research in MUSES

User Research is a first important step in the user centered design of interactive technologies, products and services. The goal of user research with scientific methods is to get insights and knowledge about the situations and contexts in which new products and services are used.

The insights and knowledge can be used to adapt these to individual user needs, values and characteristics and to ensure market success of new products and services.

Marc Busch from AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH – Business Unit Technology Experience – (http://www.ait.ac.at/profile/detail/Busch-Marc/) will give an overview over scientifically grounded user research methods in a talk on the 30th of June. The talk will be at the event “What’s (y)our Story, Digital City Vienna?” of the Vienna Business Agency (https://wirtschaftsagentur.at/veranstaltungen/business-treff-whats-y-our-story-digital-city-vienna-140/).

marc busch talk user research

Especially, the useful and practical method “Contextual Inquiry” for service and product design in a user centered manner will be presented. Examples, in which projects “Contextual Inquiry” has been successfully applied stem from current research and industrial projects in the areas information security (MUSESproject.eu) and health promotion (GEMLAY.at).

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TRIALS OF MUSES PROTOTYPE #1

The Trials of MUSES prototype #1, which started at the end of January, are still running. Currently, the experiment is about to be completed.

A total number of sixty participants of S2 Grupo staff are collaborating in MUSES validation experiment. These participants belong to Consultancy department mainly and to Valencia CERT staff, driven by S2 Grupo. All them have high knowledge of IT technologies but are not aware of MUSES behavior, to make the trials blind to the expected behavior of the system. An average of thirty participants are connected each day.

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Muses-Hackathon Results

The first MUSES-related hackathon took place during the last MUSES’s partners meeting in Granada. One main project starred the hackathon, the Muses server web based user interface, which is devoted to allow the CSO to configure and control MUSES, and to access the MUSES feedback.

This project was finally named MusesSRM, which stands for Muses Security and Risk Management GUI for MUSES server, and it has its own repository inside the MUSES project Github website:

https://github.com/MusesProject/MusesSRM.

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