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Evaluation & Selection

Evaluation & Selection - Evaluation Selection While...

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Evaluation & Selection While conducting research and evaluating each of our alternatives, many factors came into play while figuring out which objectives we needed to meet. We discovered when using an application as our solution that the possibilities were nearly endless on how we could achieve each objective, and some objectives could be achieved multiple ways through the same solution. Our objectives when designing and evaluating solutions included being easy to use, easy to store, visually appealing, low cost, multifunctional, safe to use, and time efficient. An application is unique for the reason that a Pairwise comparison chart would not be of assistance, since there does not have to be only one solution for each objective. We were able to achieve each of our objectives in the entirety of our solutions, but weighed the positives and negatives of each solution, mixed some solutions together, and finally found our final solution that we felt would best match the needs of the widest range of users. Our metrics included size, start-up time, and number of workouts which can be helpful in determining which solution is the best. These can actually be quantitatively measured on an individual basis for each solution, which will make it easier to determine the superior solution. In all of the solutions we chose we kept the navigation and storage options standard, because we felt that these features needed to be included on the application with no exceptions. The only different navigation feature from the standard ones is a voice activation feature to begin a workout.
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