Google Scholar+ / Theory Based Design / UX
This project was conducted in an educational setting by the four people mentioned here : Kristina Cormier, Gabrielle Cyr, Audrey Lapostolle and Jeffrey Julio Vietz. Any concepts expressed here is the intellectual property of the above. © 2017 - All Rights Reserved
This project is the fruit of our labour, during an intensive class on Theory Based Design, at the Interaction Design Masters Degree, in Université Laval, Quebec City. The teacher in charge was Frédéric Lepinay, teacher and director, at the School of Design.

The idea was to create an an application, relevant to a specific crowd, that would be in sync with the Google Drive eco-system. We had to elaborate the concept around theories and research.

Briefly, we decided to elaborate a concept, where we would upgrade the current Google Scholar, by naming it "Google Scholar +" and integrated it into Google Drive, and then adding some functionalities via mobile device.

The following is our final presentation.
Issue to resolve : Right now, the whole process for writing an official research essay is in three separate processes, that don't interact seamlessly : Research, Writing and Bibliographic management.
Objective : To create a seamless ecosystem to make the whole process convenient and easier.


Beaucage, B. (1997). L’anxiété de performance. Université de Montréal. Consulté à l’adresse http://www.cscp.umontreal.ca/documents/anxiete_performance.pdf
ROGERS, Y. (2012). HCI theory. Classical, modern, and contemporary, Morgan & Claypool, coll. «Synthesis Lectures on Human-Centered Informatics», p. 52-55.

Kydd, A. (2000). Trust, Reassurance, and Cooperation. International Organization, 54(2), 325‑357. https://doi.org/10.1162/002081800551190
Introduction - Material design. (s. d.). Consulté 3 décembre 2016, à l’adresse https://material.google.com/
Glushko, R. (2015). The Discipline of Organizing : Professional Edition (3rd Edition). O’Reilly. p. 105
Kelley, T. et Littman, J. (2006). « Chapter 1: The Anthropologist ». The ten faces of innovation : IDEO’s strategies for beating the devil’s advocate & driving creativity throughout your organization, Londres, Profile Books, p. 16-39.

Liou, J.-C., Logapriyan, M., Lai, T. W., Pareja, D., & Sewell, S. (2016). A Study of the Internet Privacy in Private Browsing Mode. Dans Proceedings of the The 3rd Multidisciplinary International Social Networks Conference on SocialInformatics 2016, Data Science 2016 (p. 3:1–3:7). New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2955129.2955153

Wikipedia. (2016). «Privacy mode. » Consulté à l’adresse https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Privacy_mode&oldid=748694213
Lidwell, W., Holden, K., & Butler, J. (2010). Universal principles of design, revised and updated: 125 ways to enhance usability, influence perception, increase appeal, make better design decisions, and teach through design. Rockport Pub. p. 82
The interactive demo is available for private viewing, and upon request.
This project was conducted in an educational setting by the four people mentionned here : Kristina Cormier, Gabrielle Cyr, Audrey Lapostolle and Jeffrey Vietz. Any concepts expressed here is the intellectual property of the above. © 2017 - All Rights Reserved
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