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Human-Computer Interaction : 

Human-Computer Interaction Mart Laanpere Tallinn University of Educational and Social Sciences

DigitalThink lessons : 

DigitalThink lessons Confusions related to course interface Orientation phase Buttons unexplained User can easily be stuck on lower levels (discussion threads etc.)

Human-Computer Interaction : 

Human-Computer Interaction Human the end-user the others in the organization Computer hardware software Interaction user “tells” the computer what (s)he wants computer communicates results

Practical implication of HCI : 

Practical implication of HCI Design, Implementation and Evaluation of user interfaces

Importance of HCI : 

Importance of HCI Productivity individual (e.g. installations, word processing) organisational (changing job content, satisfaction, working environment, power and influence) Safety (e.g. nuclear plants, flight control)

A model of HCI : 

A model of HCI People Technology Work Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Socialsystem Organisationalgoal

Disciplines, contributing to HCI : 

Disciplines, contributing to HCI Computer science Cognitive psychology Social & organisational psychology Ergonomics Artificial intelligence Linguistics Philosophy, sociology, anhtropology

Factors in HCI : 

Factors in HCI Organisational: job design, roles, policies, Environmental: noise, heating, lighting, ventilation, Health: stress, headaches The user : motivation, satisfaction, experience Comfort : seating User interface : I/O devices, color scheme, icons, dialogue, help Task : complexity, novelty, allocation, repetitions, monitoring Constraints : costs, timescales, staff, equipment, building System functionality : hardware, software, network Productivity : output, quality, costs, errors, production time

Discuss... : 

Discuss... … what HCI factors should be considered while designing the Web-based courses? Category Factors The user: studentThe user: instructorUser interfaceOrganisationConstraintsProductivity

HCI design models : 

HCI design models Waterfall model The star life cycle model Rapid prototyping

The waterfall model : 

The waterfall model Requirements analysis & specification System & software design Implementation & unit testing Integration & system testing

The star life cycle : 

The star life cycle Task analysis / functional analysis Requirements specification Conceptual design / formal design Prototyping Implementation Evaluation

Rapid prototyping : 

Rapid prototyping

From instructional design to HCI design : 

From instructional design to HCI design Task analysis, functional analysis Conceptual design, based on selected instructional strategies and tactics Physical design guidelines

Sketch… : 

Sketch… … a flowchart, depicting the instructional strategies and tactics you have selected for you prototype lesson.

User Interface design guidelines : 

User Interface design guidelines E.g. UI design guide from IBM Web site: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/hci/guidelines/design/ Principles: simplicity, support, familiarity, obviousness, encouragement, satisfaction, accessibility, safety, versatility, personalization, affinity Web style guidelines: specify a reason for the site, define your audience, etc. Site-specific conventions: provide search & help on the left side of every page on this site

HCI resources on the Web : 

HCI resources on the Web IBM HCI design guide at http://www.ibm.com/ibm/hci/guidelines/design/ Sun’s Web style guide: www.sun.com/styleguide Designing killer Web sites www.killersites.com Jakob Nielsen’s AlertBox at http://www.useit.com Graphical design and visualisation, visual literacy Terry Winograd, Donald Norman

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