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    I am Victoria Bowie and I am on my way to accomplishing a bachelorette in User Experience Design at Lesley University. From a tender age, I have always been fascinated with technology and my mind would fill up with thoughts on how I could help society for the greater good of mankind. Daydreaming about how I can make a change in the world and actions that I have made to help others has been happening since my younger days, even up till now. I was fixing computers at the age of eleven and creating web pages from the age of fifteen. When I reached high school, I thought I wanted to be more involved with mathematics and science by virtue of me enjoying it and also being really efficient on these subjects. In my head, I had it all planned. “I am…

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    User Experience Design (UX) in web design is the way you enhance user satisfaction by raising the bar on usability, accessibility and efficiency of user interaction with the websites. While UI stands for User Interface Design. These two terms are sometimes used incorrectly, however it’s important for one to understand that even though UI plays an important role in UX, user experience(UX) has a much larger scope. This is not to mean that UI isn’t important since a great user experience begins…

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    would particularly like to work with? (Maximum of 500 words)* One of the reasons why I would like to participate in the program is that I would like to have a research experience in the US, which is the most advanced in technology. The other reason is that I would like to work with REGC, which is led by professor Lin Zhong, if I am allowed. Firstly, by actually meeting the leading professors in the US, which is also a leading country in many aspects including research, I 'm sure I will get…

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    “A successful campaign has to work across different channels, digital and none digital, offering a seamless user experience” Cyber-Duck was created in 2005 by CEO, Danny Bluestone. The digital agency, with offices in London, Hertfordshire, UK, fuses creativity, technical expertise and marketing to provide agile development through lean thinking and its own ISO-accredited user-centered design. Cyber-Duck has won some of the required industry awards, including the Webby, Wirehive 100 nd UX UK…

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    create useable and target group oriented user interfaces, it is of utmost importance to evaluate design decisions. Interactive prototyping tools are a way to evaluate the interaction between different views of a user interface. Such tools are available for all platforms and with different feature sets. In the following, we discuss two of them: Balsamiq Mockups (or Balsamiq for short) and POP. While Balsamiq is available for desktop computers (with a desktop-optimised web version being…

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    The amount of information that AKO allows to be submits and tracked by all Soldiers is limitless. When this system is not used correctly or not used at all by Soldiers and organization it can really make work and information very hard. Characteristics of the Users of the System Every Soldier…

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    851 Variance Essay

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    After collaborating with Steve Thomas the developer requested input from the user and analyzed the 851 Variance application where the issue could be occurring. Input from the user is still pending. Based on the prior collaboration, the developer set the folder permissions on the applications folder to be the same as the ‘uploads’ folder. • While analyzing the 851 Variance application for issues, the developer discovered more 5,200 extraneous test records remaining from a NetSparker test…

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    Unit 9 P6 Hotmail System

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    they are signing in for the first time they will be provided with the Hotmail sign in page. On the left of the screen, users will be provided with the information they require to sign up while on the right side, they will be provided with the textboxes, checkboxes and buttons as well as links that will be useful when it comes to logging in. On the Hotmail sign in screen they will be presented with a field known as the "Windows Live ID" where they are required to enter their email address. The…

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    was the wrong thing to do, and I also thought about how she was trying to sabotage my process. I walked away without looking at her phone because my conscious would not let me look. I was determined to stick with the process and finish truthfully. Later that day as I left my office, she informed me that there was not a post she wanted me to look at on her phone. She in fact wanted to see if I could really stick to my plan of no social media for three days. I finished my work day, completed tons…

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    In this paper, we propose a MAC-based remote lock and wipe system through the SMS push notification to protect against the private data disclosure when smart phone is lost or stolen. The proposed system provides the integrity checking mechanism so that the malicious users are unable to launch denialof- service attacks which send the lock or wipe commands to the normal users on purpose. Also, it satisfies the SMS length limitation of 80 bytes long without downgrading the security level.…

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