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 11 weeks ago by gravatar for Ankit Pandey Ankit Pandey70 written 11 weeks ago by gravatar for RB RB ♦♦ 100
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