User Perception of the Ease and Suitability of Damarjati Application


Damarjati is a Java-language web application developed for the growth of local content learning based on Higher-Order Thinking Skills. This study analyzes the user’s perception of the ease of operating this application. The respondents of this study were high school students in Central Java Province. The Borg and Gall development model was used in this research. The research data were the perceptions of high school students in Central Java Province, collected using a questionnaire via a google form. Classification of data and numerical analysis were done using the percentage technique. The results showed that 406 (90%) students found the application very easy to use, 412 (91%) found it easy to learn the materials, 434 (96%) stated that it contains appropriate material, 419 (93%) found it suitable for measuring competence, and 397 (88%) found that the application usage guide was clear. Based on the results, it was concluded that the percentage of user perceptions of the ease of Damarjati application as well as the suitability of the material was very high (89.7% and 94.5%, respectively).

Keywords: user perception, convenience, suitability, Damarjati applicationIntroduction

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