PERANCANGAN APLIKASI “DUET” BERBASIS COPARENTING SEBAGAI ALAT BANTU DALAM PENGASUHAN ANAK BAGI ORANG TUA INDONESIA

Authors

  • Lisa Indriati Universitas Ciputra Surabaya https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1947-1913
  • Jenny Lukito Setiawan Psychology, School of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra
  • Mychael Moeretz Engel Informatics, School of Information Technology, Universitas Ciputra,
  • Jessica Christina Widhigdo Psychology, School of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33633/andharupa.v10i01.8998

Abstract

Abstrak Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk merancang aplikasi coparenting "Duet" yang mengadopsi pendekatan user centered design, memfasilitasi kolaborasi dalam pengasuhan anak bagi orang tua di Indonesia. Konteks utama dari penelitian ini adalah evolusi struktur keluarga modern yang mengalami pergeseran signifikan sebagai dampak dari peningkatan jumlah ibu yang bekerja. Selain itu, penelitian ini secara khusus memfokuskan pada orang tua yang masih tinggal bersama tanpa mengalami perceraian atau dalam long-distance marriage. Studi ini berlangsung selama tiga tahun dan menggabungkan metodologi kualitatif dan kuantitatif. Analisis kebutuhan melibatkan focus group discussion (FGD) dan pengumpulan data kuantitatif untuk mengungkapkan kebutuhan orang tua. Pengembangan aplikasi mencakup desain interface yang intuitif dan fitur-fitur seperti kalender jadwal dan artikel edukatif. Uji coba awal menunjukkan pengguna merasa aplikasi ini mudah digunakan dan merasakan manfaat dalam kolaborasi dalam pengasuhan anak. Validasi oleh para ahli mengkonfirmasi kualitas desain, konten, dan struktur aplikasi. Pengujian skala luas mengindikasikan tingkat kepuasan pengguna yang tinggi. Penelitian ini berkontribusi pada solusi teknologi inovatif yang meningkatkan coparenting yang lebih efektif di Indonesia, dengan fokus pada preferensi pengguna. Aplikasi Duet diharapkan dapat membantu orang tua dalam membangun hubungan coparenting yang positif, yang berdampak besar pada perkembangan anak-anak.  Kata Kunci: aplikasi, coparenting, Duet, UI/UX, user centered design AbstractThis research aims to design a "Duet" coparenting application that adopts a user-centered design approach, facilitating collaborative child-rearing among parents in Indonesia. The main context of this research is the evolution of the modern family structure, which has undergone a significant shift due to the increasing number of working mothers. Additionally, this study specifically focuses on parents who still live together without experiencing divorce or being in a long-distance marriage. The study spans three years and combines qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Needs analysis involves Focus Group Discussions and quantitative data collection to unearth parental requirements. The application's development encompasses an intuitive interface design and features such as a scheduling calendar and educational articles. Preliminary trials indicate users find the application user-friendly and experience benefits in collaborative parenting. Expert validation confirms the quality of design, content, and application structure. Extensive large-scale testing demonstrates a high level of user satisfaction. This research contributes to an innovative technological solution that enhances more effective coparenting in Indonesia, with a focus on user preferences. The Duet application is anticipated to assist parents in establishing a positive coparenting relationship, profoundly impacting children's development.  Keywords: coparenting, Duet, mobile application, UI/UX, user centered design

Author Biography

Lisa Indriati, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Lisa Indriati, S.Des., M.M. is a lecturer in Universitas Ciputra. She joined Universitas Ciputra in 2019 and is currently part of Visual Communication Design

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Published

2024-06-19