Analisa Fenomena Lost in Hyperspace pada Website Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Hardiyanti, Bara Putri Rianda (2017) Analisa Fenomena Lost in Hyperspace pada Website Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Website dalam era globalisasi ini menjadi komponen kunci kelangsungan hidup organisasi pada kompetisi global. Hal ini juga berlaku untuk website universitas. Ada beberapa factor yang memepengaruhi tingkat usabilita suatu website. Ada fenomena lain yang seringkali terjadi saat seseorang berada dalam dunia hypertext yaitu Lost in Hyperspace. Lost in Hyperspace (LiH) merupakan sebuah fenomena pada dunia hypertext yang merujuk kepada kondisi dimana saat seorang pengguna berada pada dokumen tertentu, ia sudah tidak mengerti lagi sedang berada dimana, atau pengguna tidak dapat kembali menuju informasi yang sebelumya ia akses, atau pengguna tidak dapat mengingat sejauh mana ia telah membaca pokok-pokok utama yang telah terbaca. Analisa lost in hyperspace terhadap website ITS dilakukan untuk mengetahui tingkat LiH pada website ITS melalui serangkaian percobaan. Percobaan yang dilakukan meliputi pengukuran link-weighted lostness metric, the mental models metric, dan kuesioner. Percobaan dilakukan oleh dua belas responden yang memenuhi kriteria tertentu. Hasil perhitungan link-weighted metric akan menunjukkan seberapa tersesat seseorang saat mengakses suatu website. Hasil perhitungan the new mental models metric akan menunjukkan seberapa diterima desain suatu website oleh pengguna. Sedangkan, hasil perhitungan kuesioner menunjukkan persepsi seseorang terkait desain suatu website. Hasil dari perhitungan kuesioner ini bersifat subjektif tergantung dengan respondennya. Dari ketiga perhitungan tersebut dihasilkan analisa penelitian yang saling terkait antara ketiganya yang bersifat saling melengkapi. ========================================================================================= Website in this globalization era becomes a key component of organizational survival in global competition. This also applies to university websites. There are several factors that affect the level of usability of a website. There is another phenomenon that often occurs when someone is in the hypertext world of Lost in Hyperspace. Lost in Hyperspace (LiH) is a phenomenon in the hypertext world that refers to a condition where when a user resides on a particular document, it no longer understands where it is, or the user can not return to the information he previously accessed, or the user can not Considering the extent to which he has read the main points that have been read. The analysis of lost in hyperspace against the ITS website is done to determine the level of LiH on the ITS website through a series of experiments. The experiments included measuring linkweighted lostness metrics, the mental models metrics, and questionnaires. The experiments were conducted by twelve respondents who met certain criteria. The result of link-weighted metric calculation will show how lost someone when accessing a website. The calculation results of the new mental models metric will show how acceptable the design of a website by the user. Meanwhile, the calculation of the questionnaire shows the perception of a person related to the design of a website. The results of these questionnaire calculations are subjective depending on the respondents. From these three calculations resulted in the analysis of interrelated research betw

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: lost in hyperspace, website
Subjects: Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > ZA Information resources
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Industrial Engineering > 26201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Bara Putri Rianda Hardiyanti
Date Deposited: 19 Oct 2017 02:09
Last Modified: 08 Mar 2019 02:00
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/46836

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