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Week 5: The Human System Interface - Lecture Help Print This Page Alternative Design Strategy Forms and Reports Design | Designing Interfaces and Dialogues Forms and Reports Design Using the prototype model for forms and reports is a good way to make sure the users get exactly what they need. Prototypes of form and report are created near the end of the second phase (analysis). The systems analyst gains an understanding of the planned use of the data, creates a model (prototype), and then critiques and updates the model with the help of the users. Forms and reports design uses the data-flow diagrams we created earlier. The data used on the reports and forms correspond to the attributes of the entities from our E-R diagram. Forms are often used for collecting and displaying data on web pages. Our book the lists questions to get answers for during report and form design. Important guidelines to use when creating forms and reports are to: Use meaningful titles. 1. Include meaningful information.
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2010 for the course MGMT 340 taught by Professor Kerns during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Columbus North.

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