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Usability

FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Jquery, Javascript Library, Responsive Web Design
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Week 12 : Industry Tools and Modern App Design Future Trends Shareable Interfaces Designed for more than one person to use Provide mulple inputs and simultaneous input Provide a large interaconal space 3D Interfaces ...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mental Model, Keyboard Shortcut, Natural Language
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Week 7 Interaction and Its Types Interface ensures interacon of people with the system Physical Interaction: pressing keys, clicking a mouse, touching a screen Perceptually: what a person can see, hear and touch Concept...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Usability, User Interface, Cognitive Walkthrough
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Week 8 Usability Evaluation Nielsens view of Usability Learnability: How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the rst me they encounter it? Efficiency: Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they pe...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Usability, Mind Map, Mental Model
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Week 6 GUI Design GUI Design Design is subjecve and contextdependent Gives cognive model Need to balance aesthecs and usability Balancing between interesngengaginglearning Usability with a visual identy + usability Allows...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: User-Centered Design, User Interface, Usability
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Week 5 User Interface Design: Process and Evolution Good UI Design Evolves Needs to evolve with development of technology Improvements take place through natural evoluon.need to be exible...bad features need to be idened W...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dialog Box, Usability
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Week 4 Design Principles Shneidermans 8 Golden Rules 1.Strive for Consistency Consistent interfaces easier to learn and use relave concept Across or within an applicaon Allows users to transfer knowledge and skills from...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Usability, Problem Solving
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FIT3175: Usability Week 1 Introduction to Usability HumanComputer Interaction Researches the design and use of computer technology, focused on the interfaces between people and computers. Key aspects How do design it? Con...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Usability, Mental Model, Human Communication
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FIT3175: Usability Week 3 Design Principles The 6 Guidances Theories: theorecal context for the design of systems Models: provide abstracts of theories for describing and understanding phenomena Principles: provide applic...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong
FIT3175 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Usability, Collaborative Software, Icon Design
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FIT3175: Usability Week 2: Human Aspect of Usability User Interfaces Evolution 1950 : switchboards, limited interacon 196070: Interface at programming level, punch cards for storage 19701990 Interface at a terminal level,...

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FIT3175
Marc Cheong

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