This project uses data generated in LIS 643 and network visualization software used in LIS 658 to analyze participants’ grouping of web pages during a cardsort exercise and explores the efficacy of using network visualizations of this data.
A prototype of a (hypothetical) re-design of the website for the Archive of Contemporary Music (ARC) guided by the principles of user-centered design. We will demonstrate our final high-fidelity prototype with additional deliverables created as part of our user-centered design process. These materials will include our site map, user research report, personas and scenarios, card sorting results, sketches, and wireframes.
Social networking sites challenge the concept of privacy as they continually modify their privacy policies. Existing on the Internet, which has no central governance, allows social networks to create their own philosophies about privacy and decide how to handle end-user information.