Software to take and process field data in dengue's control programs. Design issues

David Baeza, Andrés Felipe Aguirre, Andrés Navarro Cadavid, Clara Ocampo

Abstract


This paper describes the application of usability engineering's Life's Cycle model, proposed by Jakob Nielsen, and Donald Norman's conceptual design principles, to develop a web information system for monitoring and make decisions, for Aedes Aegypti's (dengue's vector) control. The paper remarks the user interface's design process (Graphical User Interface [GUI] and Web) for each one of this system components.


Keywords


Aedes aegypti; mobiles ; web based information systems; user interface; GUI; usability engineering; design methodologies; conceptual design

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/syt.v10i22.1276

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