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IME 320-W10 - L3 Displays

IME 320-W10 - L3 Displays - Displays What to Look For IME...

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Displays What to Look For! IME 320– Human Factors And Technology California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
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1. Know the ways of classifying displays 2. Know the thirteen principles of display design 3. Know what is known by alerting displays 4. Know the importance of good label and icon design 5. Know how to design displays for monitoring 6. Know how to layout multiple displays 7. Know how to design navigation and map displays 8. Know how best to design quantitative information  displays Learning Objectives
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Displays Visual Static Dynamic Auditory Tactile Olfactory Sample texts in Braille Transliteration: "Be kind to others"
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Labels Visibility/Legibility Discriminability Meaningfulness Location
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