Applying user experience methods on TV quiz shows interaction design
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The participation of the audience in tv quiz shows has traditionally two types of profiles: the contestant and the home viewer. This project has the goal of define the creation a new user profile: the remote contestant, the participant who would interact with a live TV show from different devices as a player. The main factors that would affect the user in case of developing this kind of product concept have been obtained applying user experience exploration techniques centered on users needs and desires. Using a qualitative strategic design method has been possible to achieve well-defined and subtle information regarding the motivations and the desirable game mechanics for this future user profile. Tis study shows the requirement achieving and the prototype evaluation created from the needs and motivations detected from potential users. This paper will present the findings and main conclusions of the study as the experience of the users testing this new model of interaction for TV quiz shows.
CitationPifarré, M. [et al.]. Applying user experience methods on TV quiz shows interaction design. "Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal", Febrer 2012, vol. 7, núm. 1, p. 201201-201209.