Question: Provide all factors of Interface design? Provide innovative web application by integrating the technologies that are used in Interface design

Mumbai University > Computer Engineering > Sem 8 > Human Machine Interation

Marks: 10 M

Difficulty: Medium

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Interface design:

  • Viral pleasing.

  • Clarity

  • Compatibility

  • Configurability

  • Consistency

  • Control

  • Directness

  • Efficiency

  • Familiarity

  • Flexibility

  • Forgivers

  • Predictability

  • Recovery

  • Responsiveness

  • Simplicity

  • Transparency

[A] Interface design:

1] Visual pleasing:

  • Provides meaningful contrast between screen elements.

  • Create groupings.

  • Align screen elements and groups

  • Provide three dimensional representation

  • Use color and graphics effectively and simply.

2] Clarity:

The interface must be clear in visual appearance, concept and wording.

3] Compatibility:

Design must be appropriate and compatible with the needs of the user or clients.

4] Comprehensibility:

A system should be understandable, flow in a comprehensive and meaningful order.

5] Configurability:

  • Enhances a sense of control.

  • Encourages an active role in understanding.

6] Consistency:

A system should look, act and operate the same throughout.

7] Control:

Control is feeling in charge, feeling that the system is responding to your actions.

8] Directness:

Tasks should be performed directly.

9] Efficiency:

Transitions between various system control and should flow easily and freely.

10] Familiarity:

Build into the interface concepts, terminology, workflow and spatial arrangements already familiar to the

11] Flexibility:

Flexibility is the system’s ability to respond to individual difference in people.

12] Forgiveness:

Tolerate and forgive common and unavoidable human errors.

13] Predictability:

Tasks, displays and movement through a system should be anticipatable based on user’s previous knowledge and experience.

14] Recovery:

A person should be able to retract an action by issuing an undo command.

15] Responsiveness:

A user request must be responded to quickly.

16] Simplicity:

Provide as simple an interface as possible.

17] Transparency:

Workings and reminders of workings inside the computer should be invisible to the user.

modified 5 months ago by gravatar for Ankit Pandey Ankit Pandey70 written 5 months ago by gravatar for RB RB ♦♦ 110
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