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Unformatted text preview: Interaction Design Guidelines Brian Bailey Announcements Details Matter There are myriad details you need to handle as you design the interface of your app, including choosing the right menu items, naming new windows correctly, and using the appropriate controls in a toolbar. Dont be tempted to ignore the guidelines that govern the use of these elements, because users tend to notice even subtle differences in appearance and behavior From Introduction of Apples Human Interface Guidelines Todays Lecture Learn to effectively select and use controls details make a difference based on Apples Interface Guidelines (~400 pages) If time permits, discuss Web design guidelines Available online Interaction Guidelines Rules of thumb for what, when, and how to use different types of controls inform decisions, meet expectations, reduce learning barriers, and improve consistency apply to specific types of controls derived from research or practice Guidelines for Using Document windows Dialogs Buttons (Action, radio, checkboxes) Menus Document Windows Title Size Position Scrolling Titles Default to untitled, lowercase First window not numbered, subsequent windows are Size and Position Size from last action or use default Position from last action or upper left position next window below (20) and right (20) Multiple Displays Never open a window such that it spans multiple monitors adjust size and position to fit on one screen Pointer Traversal Between Displays Mouse Ether http://www.patrickbaudisch.com/projects/mouseether/index.html Directed Scrolling Scroll arrow moves content one unit Gray area moves one page Automated Scrolling...
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