Visualisering av steriliseringsprocess på Fresenius Kabi
Sammanfattning: This study aims at investigating how a web application can be designed to visualize data in an efficient and useful manner. The study also aims at investigating which elements and methods of visualization contribute to understanding information that is visualized in the form of an interface. The question that the essay is about to answer is how a web application can be designed to visualize data in an efficient and useful way? To answer the question, a web application has been developed that visualizes data in the sterilization process. The research strategy used for the study is Design Science. Data collection and requirements have been collected through participatory observations in production at Fresenius Kabi. In order to create a web application that is useful and adapted to the environment it is intended for, Jakob Nielsen's usability principles, Stephen Few's design guidelines, Rick Borup’s theories and theory of web standards have been used as the basis for development. The web application and its usability have been evaluated using expert evaluations based on Steve Krug's guidelines as well as Jakob Nielsen's rating scale. The paper's discussion presents considerations and proposals for further research. The conclusion presented is that the development of a web application that emphasizes visualisation can be designed in a useful and clear manner by performing a thorough collection of requirements and well-performed expert evaluations with users. By reviewing previous research and theories related to usability and design, a visual representation of existing data can be a useful tool that can be used to optimize the production processes in the future.
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