exam 2 - Spring 2011 - KEY

exam 2 - Spring 2011 - KEY - CGS 2585 Exam #2 Spring 2011...

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1 Multiple Choice/True-False Section (3 points each) – Circle the correct answer. Web Site Design 1. Research psychology has determined that most humans can store only five to nine chunks of information at a time in short-term memory. This is often referred to in HCI (and other disciplines) as the: (a) “7 plus or minus 2 principle”. (b) limited short-term memory principle. (c) The Paolo Bettini principle. (d) None of the above are correct. 2. With a hierarchical organization for a Web site, the designer should use care to ensure that the hierarchy is: (a) not too shallow. (b) not too deep (c) both (a) and (b) (d) None of the above are correct. 3. The “three click rule” for interface design states that: (a) a user should be able to complete a “visit” to your site in 3 clicks or less. (b) A user will need to visit your site three times before it “clicks” as to what your site is all about. (c) a user should be able to move from any page to any other page using at most 3 hyperlinks. (d) each page on your Web site should contain at most three hyperlinks. CGS 2585 – Exam #2 – Spring 2011 Wednesday April 13, 2011 105 points total Name: (Please print clearly) KEY
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2 4. Which of the following is not one of the four major design principles which can be applied to the design of Web sites. (a) repetition (b) contrast (c) scale (d) proximity 5. The Web page layout style that basically centers the Web page with equal width left and right margins is the (a) ice design (b) jello design (c) liquid design (d) two-column design 6. What is wrong with the following design for a web site? (a) it is too deep (b) it is too shallow (c) it is too wide (d) nothing – it looks fine 7. Assuming that you answered question #6 above correctly and realize that the design is not a good one, what technique should be used to correct the design. (a) splitting (b) chunking (c) filtering (d) nothing – it can’t be fixed. 8.
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2011 for the course CGS 2585 taught by Professor Llewellyn during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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