The goal of the user visits was to gain enough information
The task analysis should include the following:
- Detailed descriptions of at least five tasks (as defined in Task-Centered User Interface Design) that users would accomplish using the results of your project. Each task description should include an identification of who the users are, what they are doing, and why they are doing it. At least three of the tasks should be general tasks that users accomplish today, although perhaps not as easily or well as they will with your design. Remember that the task descriptions should not be tied to a specific interface, and should be detailed enough for your users to understand them and for you to use in analysis.
- Detailed (technology/interface specific) scenarios for at least two of the previous tasks. These should explain how users accomplish that task today. The current scenarios may involve computer software, paper, other devices, or any combination.
This document is important and you should be very careful and precise in it's creation. What you say in this document will be used as a benchmark for your final design and your adherence to these tasks will be a significant contribution to your final project grade.