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UAT 1 UAT 2
For finals, we have conducted user acceptance test on our web application.

The table below shows the actual user acceptance test that we have conducted:

User group Is it planned? If yes, how many? Actual number we achieved Comment
Doctors working in the urology center at SGH Yes, planned. 3 6 Achieved and exceeded the number of planned participants


Test Plan

Venue: Conference room at the urology center at SGH
Date: 12/4/2018
Time: 9pm - 3pm
Duration: around 15 minutes each
Number of participants: 6

  • We liaised with our clients to recruit our participants - doctors who are working in the urology center at SGH.

Objectives

1. Gather feedback on the web application based on the developed functionalities
2. To determine the usability of the web application

Tasks

For this user testing, the doctors have to attempt the 8 tasks as shown below:

1. Login with the following details as shown below.
Username: TestDoc01
Password: @TestDoc123!

2. You are a doctor and patient S9876543A has entered your consultation room.
View Patient S9876543A’s IPSS, VAUS and IIEF score. Write it down in the box below.

3. Your patient S9876543A came last week and you would like to review his past records. Write down the IPSS value he took on 16/2/17.

4. During your break, you would like to view U3022’s latest test results. Write down U3022’s IPSS score.

5. During your free time in the consultation room, you would like to view the correlation between the questionnaires and age from the 1009 records that have been collected previously. Write down the Age vs IPSS’s analysis result and its corresponding R value.

6. Patients in the clinic have been using the iPad to complete the questionnaires. As a doctor, you would like to know some insights regarding the data collected for analysis.

6a. As a doctor, you would like to have an idea on the average total time taken for people who attempted all 3 questionnaires (IPSS, VAUS and IIEF). Write down the average total time taken for a patient to complete all 3 questionnaires.

6b. As IPSS has a total of 8 questions, you would like to know which questions patients usually spend more time on. This is so that doctors can inform nurses to take note after the patients begin the questionnaires. For IIEF, write down the question number(s) in which the average timing spent is above the average.

6c. You would like to know which age group of patients the nurses should pay more attention to during normal clinical hours. Write down which age group of patients spend the most time completing IPSS.

Goals

1.Participants should find it easy to retrieve a patient's results to understand his condition.
a) (quantitative, question) "How easy do you think the web application is for retrieving a patient’s results (uroflow result, IPSS, VAUS and IIEF) to understand his condition" (scale of 1 to 5)(target:average 3 or higher)
b) (quantitative, question) How easy do you find the search function for the patient’s information? (scale of 1 to 5)(target:average 3 or higher)
c) (qualitative, question) provide an explanation for the choice of rating


2.Participants should be able to interpret the information quickly.
a) (quantitative, question) "How intuitive do you find the web application for reviewing a patient’s latest and past records? " (scale of 1 to 5)(target:average 3 or higher)
b) (quantitative, question)How intuitive do you find the presentation of the correlation and statistical insights? (scale of 1 to 5)(target:average 3 or higher)
c) (qualitative, question) provide an explanation for the choice of rating
d) (quantitative, observation) time taken to complete the task

3.Participants should find the design of the application aesthetically pleasing.
a) (quantitative, question) "How do you find the aesthetic design of the web application? " (scale of 1 to 5)(target:average 3 or higher)
b) (qualitative, question) provide an explanation for the choice of rating

Results

# Task Result
1 Participants should be able to login. Passed
2 Participants should be able to view patient's questionnaires score. Passed
3 Participants should be able to review patient's past records. Passed
4 Participants should be able to search for a previous patient's record. Passed
5 Participants should be able to interpret the correlation results. Passed
6a,6b and 6c Participants should be able to interpret the statistical analytics chart. Passed


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Goals Average Score Target Average Score Target Achieved?
Participants should find it easy to retrieve information. 4 >= 4 Achieved our target
Participants should find it easy to interpret results on the web application 3.83 >= 4 Missed target score by 0.17; seek feedback on reason and areas of improvement
Participants should find the design of the application aesthetically pleasing 4.33 >=4 Design of the app has achieved and exceeded our target

Feedback/Comments

General feedback:
1) Web interface design is good.
2) Correlations & analytics are meant for research teams rather than doctors.

Specific comments:
1) Summarize points to view everything on one glance.
2) Displaying of data could be better positioned.
3) Line chart not intuitive to use.

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