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Script (EU Research)

Testing touchscreens for stroke therapy

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Testing touchscreens for stroke therapy

Script (EU Research)

Experientia was the usability testing partner for SCRIPT, a European Union funded touchscreen software that allows stroke victims to work on recovering their manual dexterity.

3 things to know

  1. Experientia conducted usability tests on the European Union's SCRIPT program, a touchscreen software that allows stroke victims to work on recovering their manual dexterity.

  2. We conducted usability tests with both patients and physical therapists to understand how the user experience could be improved.

  3. Based on user feedback, we made recommendations on topics such as ease of use, diagnostic reporting and patient-therapist communication.

In-depth

Experientia conducted user experience testing on the prototype with both stroke sufferers and physical therapists, to understand the positive and negative points of the prototype’s user experience.

Patients interacted with the program via touchscreen, and evaluated the ease of use and enjoyability of the programme. The therapists accessed the platform via a laptop computer, and provided a medical professional perspective. Experientia offered recommendations on how to improve features such as layout, ease of use, information, iconography and labels, patient lists, progress reporting, diagnosis information and communication between patients and therapists.

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