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    Introduction: User interfaces are an integral part of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) process. It is not just the computer that opts for an efficient interface but most of the machines have their own interface where a human should be able to give a command to the machine ("Introducing User Interface Design," no date). As stated in the article (Marcus & Gould, 2000) it has been widely approved that a good user interface is necessary for the better execution and request to the user. The user interface advancement process centres consideration on understanding users and recognising demographic differing qualities. Being such an integral part of the process, the user interface is not given a prior importance while designing a commercial operating…

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    The mobile technology advances and continues to increase the desire of the customers. Global Position Service being the most important use of mobile device is a satellite navigation system that has a GPS receiver which uses satellite to locate geographical locations. Operating systems are made by different companies. They are the most important programs in the computer. They help in running the computer and its applications. They make swapping more efficient and helps allocate memory in mobile…

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    application from ANZ bank mainly used for online transactions. A non-user based evaluation method has been used for finding usability problems and determining various solutions in order to prevent them. The primary task for a banking application is fund transfer, it can be either between users two different accounts or paying a person. In this experiment both the cases has been undertaken which reveals the lack of some user functionalities and usability defects in the app which needs to fix. …

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    Some of these examples include, using a slot theme that doesn’t match with the rest of the game or using a pop up menu that takes you away from the action. You will not find either of those things here. Instead, the user interface in Top Trumps World Football Stars adds to the theme, with shades of hot red and metallic silver. Within the holding display are the user controls; the buttons you can find are info, auto start, paylines, bet per line, bet max, gamble, and spin. Above this button you…

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    functions are, the more probable users will be able to distinguish what to do following. In contrast, when purposes are "out of sight," it brands them more problematic to find and distinguish how to use. Feedback – Feedback is around sending back information around what action has remained done and what has been talented, allowing the person to last with the activity. Various types of feedback are obtainable for communication design-audio, tangible, verbal, and mixtures of these. Constraints –…

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    follows Marta Aviles, a longtime resident of Brooklyn’s Los Sures neighborhood in South Williamsburg, NY. Living there for nearly forty years, she now faces challenges with the rapid gentrification of her neighborhood. This piece documents her journey in deciding whether to stay or to leave her home. The narrative was broken down into the following structure: Introduction, The Street, The Stairs, The Apartment, The Listing, Part II (Trailer), and Credits. Media, Modalities, and Marta This…

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    Interface Design [Add usage scenario] 1. PocketMenu (Adapted from Pielot et al.’s paper, 2012, CHI) [Do I need to describe the original work first, and distinguish the difference? Or should I depict my adapted design directly?] Adapted from Pielot et al.’s work, PocketMenu, this design aims for providing a new type of menu interaction without the needing of visual feedback. The menu item stack is located along the bottom left edge of the screen vertically. Its precise location depends on the…

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    Windows 10 Case Study

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    After the official release of Windows into the market by Microsoft, the operating system didn’t receive a much positive reception by the users. Microsoft then embarked on how they can solve the problems associated with this operating system. For instance, most people had complained of issues to do with the user interface and a few had also complained about some functionalities. Instead of releasing Windows 9, Microsoft released Windows 10. However, this version of Windows has not been finally…

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    Ceremonial Bronze Gui

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    Ceremonial Bronze Gui This is a ceremonial bronze gui that was used in the late 11th and early 10th century, during the Zhou dynasty. It is currently in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The image is a bronze gui. A gui is a bowl that was used to hold offerings. The bowl-shaped item has 2 handles on either side which sits on a box like stand. The majority of the gui is engraved with different carvings. The gui is mainly a dark green/grey colour. The sculpture is symmetrical because all…

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    introducing the graphical user interface (GUI) (Gamble, J., & Thompson Jr, T., 2011). Introducing this type of interface was a huge benefit for home computer buyers because it made computers more interactive and kept the user from having to type all commands in a DOS format. Apple then started struggling within the PC market and went several years changing leadership and battling to become relevant within the market again. Apple had a very isolationist approach to the tech market, restricting…

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