Uroflowmetry Medical Product User Acceptance Study

ORUBA Medical Technologies | 2015

In this study, a user research was conducted to evaluate the user acceptance of the medical product Üroflometre developed by ORUBA Medical Technologies. A questionnaire containing closed and open-ended questions was prepared based on the user acceptance theories in the literature and applied by our researchers through individual interviews with 80 participants. In line with the results, user profiles were specified and design suggestions were made to increase the system's acceptance based on these profiles.

Urodynamic  Simulation System Usability Tests

ORUBA Medical Technologies | 2014

In this study, it is aimed to evaluate how useful the Ürdinami Medical Simulation System developed for urodynamic education is in teaching and learning processes and to assess the usability of the system. The study consisted of three stages. In the first stage, users who were visited in the hospital context were asked to fill in the scale on attitudes towards technology. In the second stage, the system was tested and evaluated within the scenarios determined by the users. At the last stage, the whole experience was evaluated through the system acceptance scale and the underlying reasons for the evaluations were questioned. As a result of the study, suggestions for improving the system design were presented.

User Acceptance Analysis for Three Dishwasher Concepts Based on Contextual Research

ARÇELİK A.Ş., Ankara Dishwasher Division | 2010

The aim of this study was to evaluate three dishwasher concept designs developed by the firm by considering how they were perceived and to what extent they were accepted by the user. At the first stage, the participants' daily practices and habits regarding dishwashing were explored and their concerns and expectations were questioned. After that, the three concept designs were installed in the participants' houses to be tested for a period of eight weeks. During this period usage of the products and the degree of user adaptation were evaluated. At the end, possible design requirements were identified as the outcome of the project. Besides the field study, which was carried out in the actual usage context, a questionnaire with 103 respondents was conducted with the purpose of identifying priorities of the users regarding dishwashers.

User Acceptance Analysis for an Automatic Dishwasher Based on Contextual Research

ARÇELİK A.Ş., Ankara Dishwasher Division | 2007

The ‘Techtouch’ dishwasher prototypes, which had been developed in collaboration with Arçelik in the early design stages, were evaluated in the real use context. The study covered an analysis in multiple dimensions such as interface design, dishwasher rack design, usefulness, trust, technology acceptance and perceived quality. Home visits, phone interviews and diaries were used as methods during the six weeks study with twenty participants. In the latter stages, specific problems of use, which had not been possible to be observed directly, were examined with a lab study with ten participants. Lastly, interface design, product documentation and informative sheets were evaluated in terms of user expectations, user behavior and user satisfaction.