Presented By: Michael Roth Paul Capriolo Rebecca Kadushin Hardware: •PDA- for running software •PC- if you wish to upload data from PDA •USB Port/Cable – to connect PDA to PC Internet Connection: •An Internet connection is necessary for the transmittal of data between either the PDA and the Doctor or the PC and the Doctor. Note that an Internet connection is not necessary to run the software, only for sending data. Network Connection required to transfer data Verification that data has been transmitted Pregnant women •Any range of computer skills •Any age, weight, height, health status, medical problems, athletic ability •Any stage of pregnancy Spouses, Friends, Family (of pregnant women) •Any range of computer skills •Desire to aid woman during pregnancy Users are familiar with paper forms – very similar Easy to select desired data •Consisted of ten (0xA) tasks • In order of increased difficulty • Was tested on young and mature adult women • Results found both logical and technical errors • Tested all aspects of user interface Entering contact information Entering food, exercise Uploading data to PC, send it to doctor Getting meal suggestions and checking risks prior to meals Usability testing resulted in many efficient changes • If completed, we foresee great potential in providing a new type of aid for prenatal care that is currently unavailable. • Future work should include… Database backend Dynamic graphs (need the database to implement) Small PC script for uploading data onto PC and viewing the charts and graphs Database necessary to make food/exercise graphs functional Thanks to Dr. Shneiderman and Georg Apitz for their support. Additional thanks to all those who reviewed and tested our software and report. We received great feedback!