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Revision Lecture: Design and Requirements Human-Computer Interaction Comp 3900 and Comp 6390 Semester 2, 2010 1 Lecture 4A: Human-Computer Interaction, Semester 2, 2010
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Design Donald Norman (2002) Design of Everyday Things , Basic Books Design of everyday objects from the point of Lecture 4A: Human-Computer Interaction, Semester 2, 2010 2 view of the user The ideas and principles carry over to the design of human-computer interaction
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Psychopathology of everyday things A study of the difficulties that ordinary people have in using everyday things and an analysis of user-centred design principles that could be applied to prevent these difficulties. Lecture 4A: Human-Computer Interaction, Semester 2, 2010 3 Examples that illustrate these difficulties: Handles/knobs on doors Buttons on lifts
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User-centred design principles Affordances Conceptual models Make things visible ood mappings between interface and Lecture 4A: Human-Computer Interaction, Semester 2, 2010 4 Good mappings between interface and action Provide feedback on user’s actions Constraints Forcing functions
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Affordance The service or resource that an object provides to a particular type of user. Examples: ebcam/microphone lets a user see and Lecture 4A: Human-Computer Interaction, Semester 2, 2010 5 Webcam/microphone lets a user see and talk with his or her friends and vice versa
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