User Experience Design of Stroke Patient Communications Using Mobile Finger (MOFI) Communication Board With User Center Design Approach

Aan Jelli Priana, Hermann Tolle, Ismiarta Aknuranda, Eko Aristijono


Stroke has become a phenomenon in Indonesia. From 2014 to mid-2015, the disease is the first cause of death in Indonesia. This is of particular concern to the Ministry of Health so that the prevention, treatment, and prevention of stroke is further enhanced. The condition of stroke patients whose movements are limited is exacerbated by the psychic condition of patients who are unable to communicate pressure will cause obstacles to the healing process of the patient. This research proposes a stroke patient communication media by applying the technology of Mobile Finger Communication Board and user center design approach (UCD). This communication board is operated using the patient's fingers so that it is comfortable for everyday activities. Mobile Finger Communication Board Design based on five planes of user experience. The result of Mobile Finger Communication Board implementation shows that application usability level seen from perception and ergonomic point of view shows satisfaction index of the user at the satisfactory level so that it can be said that the system works with the satisfactory result of the users. It is expected that with a convenient Mobile Finger Communication Board can support the healing process of stroke so that the healing rate of stroke is increasing.



User Experience, Stroke, Communication Board, Activity of Daily Living, User Center Design

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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