User Testable HTML Representation of John Travoltage (Jan - Mar 2016)
The goal is to be able to test an HTML equivalent of the John Travoltage sim with users and get feedback on:
- Usefulness of static and dynamic descriptions.
- Ease of use of the slider interface.
There will not be any sonification currently, but maybe for 2nd round of user testing.
User Testing (Jan - Mar 2016)
|Create a user testing protocol||3d||JH|| |
|User test HTML demo with users||5d||JH|| |
|Compile notes from user testing||1d||JH|| |
|Update design based on feedback||3d||JH|| |
Infrastructure (Jan - Mar 2016)
Finalize Sim Description Strings (Jan - Mar 2016)
|Revise and condense wording||1.5d||JH||DONE|
|Determine how to represent the string possibilities in code.|| ||JO||Depends on above|
|Confirm vocabulary with PhET||1d||JH|| |
Create a Usable HTML Representation of the Sim (Jan - Mar 2016)
|Create a basic HTML document with required elements.||1d||JO / JH|
|Create a component to handle discharging and electrons||2d||JO||DONE|
|Implement electron discharge alert||1d||JO||DONE|
|Implement dynamic sim discription|| || ||DONE|
|Description of electron quantity||1d||JO||DONE|
|Slider value text||1d||JO||DONE|
|Handle electron discharge at a slider value 15||1d||JO||DONE|
|Handle electron generation at slider value 15||1d||JO||DONE|