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INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPLIED MULTIMEDIA HIGHER
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CONTEMPORARY USES AND MEANS OF DELIVERY MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS What is MM? What is a Multimedia PC? What are the main features of MM? Interactivity Hyperlinking Computer based delivery
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CONTEMPORARY USES AND MEANS OF DELIVERY MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS Three main areas: Business (e-commerce, presentations, teleconferencing and collaborative learning) Training ( CBT, simulations) Home ( edutainment, shopping)
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DELIVERY MEDIA CD-ROM DVD-ROM Kiosk WWW Mobile communications Hybrids Virtual reality
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ADVANTAGES / DISADVANTAGES OF DELIVERY MEDIA RELATING TO: Data capacity Data transfer rate / bandwidth Window size Ease of update
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STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT: Analysis Description of project brief Description / contents of requirements specification Requirements specification goals
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STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT: Design of Navigational Structures and HCI Description of: Linear Structure Hierarchical Structure Web Structure Hybrid Structure
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‘LOST IN HYPERSPACE’ Description of: Backtracking Highlighting History Bookmarks Breadcrumbs
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DIFFERENT USER INTERFACES Command Line Interface Menu Driven Form Fill-In Graphical User Interface Use of Metaphors
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GOOD USER INTERFACE DESIGN METHODOLOGY Consistency Providing feedback Avoid information overload Human–computer interaction
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STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT: Design of Screens and Media Elements Layout of screen elements Transitions between screens Navigational issues (evaluation of each design)
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Simple plan of final product Usually freehand and rough Important process for all multimedia applications Produced at Analysis stage Storyboards SECTION 4
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STORYBOARDS Outline storyboard – very simple, it will show the overall structure of the application, but no fine detail . Detailed storyboard –
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course I SYS 201 taught by Professor Meservy during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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