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1 IE 597b – Human Centered Product Design < Joint Lecture via Satellite > w Seoul National University, Seoul, S. Korea M. Yun  Lecture 4, 2009. 9. 10.
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2 Usability goals 1. Effective to use 2. Efficient to use 3. Safe to use 4. Have good utility 5. Easy to learn 6. Easy to remember how to use
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3 Usability principles (Nielsen 2001) Visibility of system status Match between system and the real world User control and freedom Consistency and standards Help users recognize, diagnose and recover from errors Error prevention Recognition rather than recall Flexibility and efficiency of use Aesthetic and minimalist design Help and documentation
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4 Product Evaluation Customer evaluation Measurement of product characteristics Objects for evaluation and measurement Product Evaluation
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5 What does ‘affordance’ have to offer? Interfaces  are  virtual  and  do  not  have  affordances  like
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