Applying HCI Design Practices to the Development of the BrainEx User-Interface to Facilitate fNIRS ResearchPublic
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This project aims to develop a user-interface for BrainEx using HCI practices to enable fNIRS researchers to explore and analyze large datasets. The target users were identified through interviews with lab staff and developing user personas. Through iterative design, prototypes of increasing complexity and detail were designed, evaluated, and refined to satisfy user needs while fulfilling system requirements. The final application encompasses a user-friendly and tested interface that accomplishes the tool’s most essential functionality.
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