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rinciples of Design Principles of Design Brian Bailey
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Announcements roup information forms due Group information forms due Final group assignments Project proposals due on 15 th HW1 due on 15 th
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Recap heory s design riented HCI Theory- vs. design-oriented HCI What does Fitts’ Law say? What is the significance of Fitts’ Law for HCI?
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Today’s Lecture iscuss design principles Discuss design principles conceptual models, mappings, affordances, constraints, feedback, standards, and error design Discuss concept of design and use of metaphors
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Defining Design
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Design esign ): the process of making Design (v): the process of making products that will be used by people Design (n): the products you make
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Purpose of Design To transform the world from the urrent to the esired ate current to the desired state
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Relation to Other Fields rt: e making of products that will be used Art: the making of products that will be used to stimulate thought and emotion Engineering: the application of science and math to solve problems
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Seven Stages of Action ramework for understanding people’s Framework for understanding people s interaction with everyday objects Three main components goals: what user wants to achieve execution: changes made to the world evaluation: comparing outcome to goal
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Seven Stages of Action Evaluate to Goals Interpret state form new. ..
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course CS 465 taught by Professor Karahalios,k during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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