MIS371 HW CH10

MIS371 HW CH10 - 1 Dr.Mullen MIS 371 M 2-4:30pm Ch.10 Pg...

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Dr.Mullen MIS 371 M 2-4:30pm Ch.10 Pg 351 1) Three principles for user interface design are 1. Layout, this refers to the organization of the screen, form, or report. Most software has a design layout that divides the screen into tress areas. The top usually is the main area that provides the navigation of the system, the middle area is for the display of the users work, and the bottom area is the status for what the user is doing. 2. Content awareness is the ability to let the user know exactly what information they are viewing. For example, a menu might light up when you are on the page containing that menu’s information. All pages should have titles, and be clearly defined as to the content it contains. Fields should have field labels, so there is no uncertainty what they may be typing into. 3. Aesthetics are the ability to design that is appealing to the eye, and has an uncluttered appearance. The aesthetics of a page can designed according to the potential user. In general a web page or a form filled out by a
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course MIS 371 taught by Professor Mullen during the Fall '06 term at S. Connecticut.

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MIS371 HW CH10 - 1 Dr.Mullen MIS 371 M 2-4:30pm Ch.10 Pg...

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