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Institute of Information and Library Science, Faculty of Management and Social Communication Jagiellonian University
keywords: functional tests, usability, web, management, social communication
offer number: 104
research topics:
  • Website functionality
  • Website usability
  • Website information architecture
  • User needs for a website
test equipment: Software supporting testing rtals, websites)
comercial research:
  • Websites functionality and usability research
  • Websites information architecture research
  • User needs for a website research and heuristic evaluation
  • Competitive environment analysis and stakeholder analysis of web projects as part of the feasibility study
  • Functional tests (sessions with moderator, observer and actual or potential system users)
  • Indirect Oral Operational Method
  • Focus group interview
  • Interview based on the Kano model
  • User Experience survey
  • Heuristic evaluation
experience / references / projects:
  • Functionality tests of Jagiellonian University information system (European Social Fund UDA-POKL-04.01.01-00-089/11-00)
  • Functionality tests of PASSIM platform – Interdisciplinary system of interactive scientific and technical information (Polish National Center for Research and Development, within direct costs included in the budget K/PBR/000008)
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, expertises

information / broker of Jagiellonian University

name and surname: Edyta Giżycka
phone number: +48 12 664 42 14
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