Human-Computer Interaction Principles (Unit 23: Assignments For P2 And P3)

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HCI Principles January 16 2015 This document contains the criteria for P2 and M1 for Assignment 1 – Unit 23. Unit 23 – Assignment 1 Aaron Martin Contents Task 1 (P2) – Discuss the Fundamental Principles of HCI 3 Perception 3 Colour 3 Trichromatic System 3 Luminance 4 Pop Out Effect 4 Pattern 5 Proximity 5 Continuity 5 Symmetry 5 Similarity 5 Common grouping 5 Connectedness 5 Objects 5 Geon’s 5 Use of Gross 3D Shapes 5 Information Processing 5 Humans as a Component 5 Overview of Human Information Processing (HIP) 5 Overview of Goals, Operators, Methods and Selection (GOMS) 5 Specialist 5 Design for Specialist Uses 6 Input or Output for the Visually 6 Orally 6 Aurally or Physically 6 Challenged 6 Remote Control Devices 6 Head Up Displays 6 Behaviour Models 6 Predictive models 6 Reaction time, 6 Keystroke Level Model (KLM) 6 Throughput (TP) 6 Fitts’ Law 6 Task 2 (M1) – Explain How an HCI can be adjusted for a User with Special Needs 7 Voice Recognition 7 Text-To-Speech 7 Task 1 (P2) – Discuss the Fundamental Principles of HCI Perception Perception, this is what allows the specified user to see and feel when interacting with a HCI; it is very important that the user can do these things so they get a complete understanding of what they are using. This is when various different patterns and colours are used as well as objects; all of these allow the user to interact personally with the interface. Colour It is very important that when designing an interface that you
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