Safitri Eka Harianto


The use of software developed in accordance with the needs of users who represent the activities of its activities from the beginning to the details of the changes. The HCI model is the right method needed in software development, which is to produce the right system from the beginning when it is done. One of them is by using persona technique which is the mainstay of the HCI method, used to facilitate the process of gathering data and arranging hypotheses in determining decisions or results of a study conducted according to the NITRD in its report entitled Human-Computer Interaction and Information Management Needs for Research in the future that visionary, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Management (IM) that are empowered human-computer. This shows the need for humans to talk with computers.This research was conducted to increase the elicitation of the need for problems using the concept of user persona. The author chose the user technique from Cooper to be a qualitative model, in which in retrieving data can be represented by only one trusted source. Resource data is processed by joint analysis of hypotheses that have been made. The data obtained is more accurate and clearer in accordance with the limited number of sources.


HCI; User Persona; Qualitative

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