So because it interferes with eye movement to do all the thinking allowed as well, I'm going to invite Aaron to do this task silently if he wishes. Of course if you feel like talking, you're always welcome to talk. And I'm going to tell you what the task is. I'll leave this here for you if you need, but we don't need you to read it aloud because we're not trying to get you started. And so we're going to start with the context that you are now taking courses. It wouldn't be mine, because I'm not that kind of a cruel and sadistic instructor. But professor Yara Ishlana is, I understand, a bit of a slave driver- >> Definitely. >> As an instructor. And you realize that to finish the projects for her course, the combination of how hard they are and how exciting they are is going to take you a lot of late nights on campus. >> Yep. >> And it tends to involve group work. And you're thinking, well, you should get a lot of work done first and maybe go out to eat later. So the problem is, you don't know where you can go and get something interesting to eat for dinner after 11 PM. And the odds of being done with her work before 11 just don't look good. >> This happened to me before. [LAUGH] >> This is perfect. >> Yeah. >> So what we're going to ask you to do is use Yelp to come up with a list of three interesting choices that seem nice enough to go out to with classmates. >> Okay. >> Close enough to campus to make sense, reasonably priced, and different enough that you know they're not all the same and therefore boring. And most important, open past 11 PM. I'll give you a pen in case you want to jot down things that you come up with. >> Okay. >> What we're going to be in there doing is trying to understand in this case not just, is Yelp usable? But how does somebody like you, a student who actually might look for restaurants, how do you use the site? And what makes it useful, and where might we find ways to improve it? >> Yeah. >> Any questions before I leave you? >> Not exactly, no. >> Okay, again, when you finally do come up with the list, let us know. And take it away, and have fun. >> Okay. All right, so I am going to try to find three restaurants. I think I'm going to start with location. So maybe I can get a little more fine grain here. The City of Minnesota. Just [INAUDIBLE], I really want it to be in your campus. And I could look at some of these. These look cool, but I think I'm going to maybe stick to search. So, let's see, I do want to find restaurants. But, I mean, maybe not just that. Open, can I change how [LAUGH] when they're open, maybe? All filters, let's try that, and, Looks like that's not an option, but I guess if we were doing this later. Yeah, it's like a [INAUDIBLE]. So I guess I'll just look at the times on the website that the restaurants are open. The Himalayan would be really good, and that is in Dinkytown. So let me look and just see what time that's open, and we're looking for 11 PM. So okay, it closes at 11 now. I don't know, but I think I gotta go to a different restaurant. I don't want to get there when it closes. Okay, Annie's, not so interesting. Kafe 421, I've been to it before. It's really good. And the food looks really good too. I'm actually really hungry right now, I skipped lunch. [LAUGH] But they're only open until 10. Yeah, it would be really great if I had some sort of filter that could tell me when these restaurants open and close and then sort them by that. Maybe if I was making a reservation, I can sort it? Yeah, let's see, so is this? Let's just say it's today. And I guess the timing of this is all based on how late. And I guess classmates, so I'm going to say I'm in a group of four. El Nuevo Rodeo, that's in Longfellow though. Okay, well, this is kind of a tricky task then, because I don't see any more things near campus here. Also I definitely want to go inexpensive, because I'm cheap. Well, maybe Wally's is open later. No, looks like that's 11 too, hm. Okay, 3 AM for Tony's. Not exactly interesting, but that's an option. Okay, Mesa, I really like Mesa. And they're pizza, but they're just interesting enough and they've got a lot of options there. I think I've had that one before. So Mesa's good, so that's one. So I found that, and okay, so let's go back. And did it fill in an address up here? Okay no, it just says University of Minnesota. So can I edit? Because I don't just want to do restaurants, I want to do restaurants that are of a certain. Let's say, okay, let's go with. Let's go with tacos and see if we can find anything there. Bar Luchador, they have pretty good food. I don't know if it's, well, it's past 11, so that would be okay. I mean, now I toggle to find. And they're pretty interesting. I don't know when their kitchen closes though. Let me just double-check that. No, I guess it doesn't say. I'm going to assume that they serve food past 11. So Bar Luchador and Mesa, those are two options. Okay, so would any of these help me? Looks like no, and there's this map here of locality, but I kind of already know where things are. So let's get out of tacos. I wonder if any of the Korean places that are open. There's some great Korean places on campus, so I wonder if they're open a little later. Well, Korea Restaurant is close, and I'll try that. So let's try Korea Restaurant. Yeah, of course their food is great. But they're only open til 9, shoot, yeah. Okay, okay, maybe Tofu House? Nope, 9 as well. Let's try this Kbop. I don't think I've been there. It says it opened two weeks ago. Okay, no, they're not open, but I might try that place later. I think all these other ones are maybe a little far. I'll try Green Spoon and see. No, okay, so Korean's off the map. What other kind of food could I try? Let me just go Asian in general and see if there's anything. Go a little less specific. I already looked at Condi. Let's look at this Shuang Cheng Restaurant. It doesn't look like they're, not past 11 though. That's too bad. Maybe Village Wok, let's see. Okay, Village Wok serves food past 11, exciting. So I'm going Village Wok, Pizza Mesa, and Bar Luchador. So those are the three options. >> Well, wonderful, thank you. So I want to ask you a little bit about how that experience went. >> Okay. >> I'm going to also explain to the folks on the video that the eye tracking kicked in and out. And we're not going to claim we understand why, but we got a pretty good sense of your thought process by watching as you went through. When you were going through this, you spent a bunch of time finding restaurants that looked interesting and then seeing if they were open. >> Yeah. >> Was there something behind how you picked restaurants that you thought would be open, or were you just hoping that some place that was good was open? >> I think maybe a little combination of the two. I mean, I know the area pretty well, so I kind of went from there. Like, okay, let me look at this restaurant and look at that restaurant. I've been there, I've been there. Do they serve food later? I don't know. But yeah, so I think it was sort of a combination that's used like that. >> Well, let's go back to the directory page for a second. >> Sure, yeah. >> Well, and we're looking for restaurants. >> Okay. >> You're doing fine. >> Yeah, and they just kind of [INAUDIBLE]. >> When you have done some of the earlier tasks for us, you started things immediately with search. And here you came through and once you got a list, you went into what I think of as a browsing mode. >> Yeah. >> Talk me through what led you to think one way or the other. >> Well, I mean, I had a lot of options here. And they all look like they could have been good options. So I think I sort of weighted more towards like, I gotta look at these and see, and evaluate, instead of going too fine grain with the search. Sometimes I don't always trust search too much. I feel like if I don't know what I'm looking for, then there's only so far I can go with just brute force searching. I'm just going to search for this kind of restaurant that has this. >> If I had to ask you to guess, if you wanted to search for places open late at night, do you think that you could? >> It seemed like, I mean, it does list when they're open, so, I mean, it's not 100% impossible to find a place that's open. [LAUGH] But, well, actually there's a Pokestop nearby option now, so that's great. But see, there's this Open Now option, but there's not an open at X time option. And it lists the time there. And, I mean, if I was searching at that time, that's useful. But I'm searching now in advance, maybe I know I got this huge project and I've gotta finish it. It's going to be terrible and I'm going to be really hungry afterwards. So there's this More Features option. But they have open 24 hours, but as far as I can tell they don't have open at this time. You can't just enter a time in. If I could have done that, I probably would have saved a lot of time for this specific query. >> Okay, last question for you. Given having gone through this process with Yelp- >> Yeah? >> Is this the tool you would use if you had to go through doing something like this again? >> Probably not for this specific purpose, unless it was I was searching at the time of. because it just has the Open Now feature, so if I was searching at the time I was doing it. But otherwise I'd probably use, what I usually use is Google and their Google Now sort of predictive search thing. Usually has a lot of information that you can get from Yelp. And so I would probably just search on there, and then I think they have some pretty detailed time information. So if it's very time specific and I know that, there's not that many restaurants open, then I probably wouldn't lean towards Yelp over something like Google. >> Well, sounds good. >> Yeah. >> Thank you. >> Thank you.