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Design Of A Gps-Web Fleet Tracking Application, Djilali Idoughi, Abdenour Alliche, Karim Touloum Mar 2012

Design Of A Gps-Web Fleet Tracking Application, Djilali Idoughi, Abdenour Alliche, Karim Touloum

Professor Djilali IDOUGHI

We describe our ongoing research investigations aimed at developing a Location-Based System integrating web and Geolocation technologies. This article addresses main design issues of a GPS and web based application dedicated to the fleet and assets tracking system.


Adding User Experience Into The Interactive Service Design Loop: A Persona-Based Approach, Djilali Idoughi, Ahmed Seffah, Christophe Kolski Feb 2012

Adding User Experience Into The Interactive Service Design Loop: A Persona-Based Approach, Djilali Idoughi, Ahmed Seffah, Christophe Kolski

Professor Djilali IDOUGHI

Approaches to service design share HCI's commitment to developing with and for people useful, usable and accessible services. However, there has been little explicit interaction between the emerging service sciences and the interaction design communities. This paper explores HCI's actual position and opportunities to service design and requirements and vice versa. We propose a design framework for service oriented interactive systems integrating the concept of persona. This enables to extract relevant elements towards deriving the design of the main functionalities of the user interface. This framework is applied to a case study of the e-maintenance of an agro-alimentary ...


User Experience In Service Design: Defining A Common Ground From Different Fields, Karim Touloum, Djilali Idoughi, Ahmed Seffah Dec 2011

User Experience In Service Design: Defining A Common Ground From Different Fields, Karim Touloum, Djilali Idoughi, Ahmed Seffah

Professor Djilali IDOUGHI

The emerging field of service design combines several methods mainly from the fields of product, software and interaction design, for designing the experience and interface to services. However, User eXperience design is not easy to understand because it is a new approach and covers many different fields (usability, psychology, marketing…). More often the design team members come from various domains with different cultural backgrounds such as engineers and marketing. Therefore, it is necessary to have a common definition to share the same understanding of this concept. In this paper, we investigate the main definitions proposed in the literature and the ...