Researching Usability

AquaBrowserUX Project Budget

Posted on: May 14, 2010

Directly Incurred/Staff April 10- July10 Aug 10 – Oct 10 TOTAL £
Total Directly Incurred Staff (A) 0 0 0
Non-Staff April 10 – July 10 Aug 10 – Oct 10 TOTAL £
Travel and expenses £800 £500 £1,300
Usability Professionals Association (UPA) International Conference 2010 Munich (May) to enhance skills of project team: Ethnography, usefulness, persona, 2 x registrations http://bit.ly/upa2010 £1,400 0 £1,400
User Research Consultancy: Liza Zamboglou, 15 person-day £3,445 £530 £3,975
Usability Testing Consultancy: David Hamill, 7 person-day £1,800 £1,350 £3,150
Other: consumable, user incentives (vouchers, iPod etc) £750 £250 £1,000
Total Directly Incurred Non-Staff (B) £8,195 £2,630 £10,825
Directly Incurred Total (A+B=C) (C) £8,195 £2,630 £10,825
Directly Allocated April 10 – July 10 April 10 – July 10 TOTAL £
Directly Allocated Total (D) 0 0 0
Indirect Costs (E) 0 0 0
Total Project Cost (C+D+E) £8,195 £2,630 £10,825
Amount Requested from JISC £6,556 £2,104 £8,660
Institutional Contributions £1,639 £526 £2,165
Percentage Contributions over the life of the project JISC, 80% Partners 20% Total 100%
No. FTEs used to calculate indirect and estates charges, and staff included No FTEs Which Staff
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2 Responses to "AquaBrowserUX Project Budget"

Love to see this kind of transparency and clear responsibilities in a project, shows fairness right from the start (let alone clear FoI spending of public money). Great job!

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