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Usability evaluation of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system ‘1C:Enterprise 8.3:PPM’

Sofia Rabinovich

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems are created to simplify the management of material and nonmaterial resources, generate reports and accelerate information analytics. The user experience of these systems is crucial to their effectiveness, as their main function is to simplify production accounting.

The purpose of this thesis is to identify a list of usability criteria for ERP systems based on existing literature and with their help to investigate the usability of one of the versions of Russian ERP system - 1C: Enterprise 8.3:Production Plan Management (PPM), as well as to investigate the weak points of usability of the program and ways to improve them.

 Bachelorthesis

Development of an Icon Set for Privacy Policy Simplification

Roland Rottke

Privacy policies serve as a source of information for consumers of online media or services regarding the storage and processing of personal information by the provider. As they are required to contain a comprehensive description of purpose and method of any processing of personal data, most privacy policies take a form similar to that of legal documents. Icons have been shown as a promising way to simplify this information for a more usable privacy policy.

The goal of this thesis is the development and evaluation of a set of icons meant to simplify contents of a privacy policy for improved usability.

 Bachelorthesis

Development of a Wallet Demo App

Robin Wenzel

Digital identities are used to identify oneself online. In order to be able to identify oneself with different identification documents, it is possible to use so-called identity wallets. They allow the user alone to decide which data is sent to which provider for the purpose of identification. Since personal data is handled in this case, it is relevant for the acceptance of such solutions that the user also trusts the application.

 The goal of this thesis is to develop a wallet app that simulates the digitization of an identity card. This app will then be evaluated in terms of usability and trust. 

Masterthesis

Anonymous remote consultation

Nadine Warnstädt

With the pandemic, services such as remote medical consultation have become more and more prevalent. Patients no longer have to leave their homes and still benefit if a professional medical consultation. In order to motivate patients to seek medical advice who may not wish to do so because of concerns about exposure, there is a motivation to offer anonymized remote consultation based on voice distortion.

The goal of this thesis is to develop a mockup for a remote consultation application with voice distortion and to evaluate this application for usability.

Masterthesis

Evaluation of a Wallet Demo App 

Johannes Ehrich

Digital identities are used to identify oneself online. In order to be able to identify oneself with different identification documents, it is possible to use so-called identity wallets. They allow the user alone to decide which data is sent to which provider for the purpose of identification. Since personal data is handled in this case, it is relevant for the acceptance of such solutions that the user also trusts the application.

The goal of the thesis is to determine the trust in wallet solutions based on the digitized documents as well as the requirements for this document regarding its digitization.

Bachelorthesis