Analysis and Implementation of User Interface of Smart Drive System Using Goal-Directed Design Method

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This study aims to reduce the number of violations committed by two-wheeled and four-wheeled vehicles. They have knowledge of good and correct driving procedures. Various traffic signs are also present in the prototype of this application. Problems that exist, riders still do not know the driving ethics on the highway and the lack of awareness of motorists in complying with traffic regulations. Researchers use field study techniques (observation and interview) to obtain preliminary data qualitatively. Based on the data obtained, researchers use the method of Goal-Directed Design (GDD) to create a prototype Smart Drive application. GDD is a method that focuses on user needs and goals. There are six phases in the GDD method: Research, Modeling, Definition of Terms, Definition of Frameworks, Refinements, and Support. Where based on User Experience, researchers designed the Smart Drive Prototype User Interface application to get results according to the needs and needs of users of two or four wheelers. The results of this study were tested using Measuring Usability with System Usability Scale (SUS).

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Pangestuti, D. D., Fachriannoor, F., Kusumo, D. S., Sabariah, M. K., & Alimin, A. (2017). Analysis and Implementation of User Interface of Smart Drive System Using Goal-Directed Design Method. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 116, pp. 492–499). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2017.10.073

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