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    Measuring Usability and User Experience of the Marketplace of Jogjaplaza.id Using UEQ and USE Questionnaire

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    Good USAbility and user experience are indicators to measure the quality of information system. Among multiple e-marketplace service providers, manager is expected to provide understandable and learnable service and enjoyable user experience. Jogjaplaza.id is an e-marketplace managed by local government for small medium enterprise. The aim of this paper is to measure USAbility and user experience of small medium enterprise towards Jogjaplaza.id. By using UEQmethod and USE Questionnaire, it could be concluded that Jogjaplaza.id is easy to understand and to learn. Jogjaplaza.id shows positive evaluation for pragmatic and hedonic aspects. However, users perceive lower level of innovation at Jogjaplaza.id. Users assume that the service provided by Jogjaplaza.id is not supporting e-commerce transaction although it is enjoyable and easy to use

    Exploring the user experience through collage

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    We explore the use of collage in requirements elicitation, as a tool to support potential end-users in expressing their impressions, understanding, and emotions regarding a system

    User quality of experience of mulsemedia applications

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    User Quality of Experience (QoE) is of fundamental importance in multimedia applications and has been extensively studied for decades. However, user QoE in the context of the emerging multiple-sensorial media (mulsemedia) services, which involve different media components than the traditional multimedia applications, have not been comprehensively studied. This article presents the results of subjective tests which have investigated user perception of mulsemedia content. In particular, the impact of intensity of certain mulsemedia components including haptic and airflow on user-perceived experience are studied. Results demonstrate that by making use of mulsemedia the overall user enjoyment levels increased by up to 77%

    Malicious User Experience Design Research for Cybersecurity

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    This paper explores the factors and theory behind the user-centered research that is necessary to create a successful game-like prototype, and user experience, for malicious users in a cybersecurity context. We explore what is known about successful addictive design in the fields of video games and gambling to understand the allure of breaking into a system, and the joy of thwarting the security to reach a goal or a reward of data. Based on the malicious user research, game user research, and using the GameFlow framework, we propose a novel malicious user experience design approac
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