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Introduction to Human Computer Interaction

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1999, allowed people to interact from different offices in the same building
  • Xerox's Media Space Correct
  • physical interaction
  • virtual reality
  • Random Access Memory
A computer system is made up of various elements except?
  • output devices
  • input devices
  • physical interaction
  • pockets Correct
A mouse controlling the cursor as a point of entry to the windows, menus, and icons on the screen?
  • segmenting joined-up writing into individual letters
  • coping with different styles of handwriting
  • interpreting individual letters
  • pointing device Correct
A page that is 'under construction'?
  • example of a gimmick Correct
  • finger can mark screen
  • imprecise (finger is a fairly blunt instrument!)
  • lifting an arm can be tiring
A simplification of an HCI phenomenon is intended to
  • Make it easier for designers to predict and evaluate alternative designs Correct
  • Ubiquitous computing
  • Relevant to the design and evaluation of interactive products
  • Information processing that explains how the mind
All answers below is benefits of interface design from design rationale, except
  • not accurately or completely capture the rationale Correct
An accurate CAD - two dials for X-Y cursor position refers to?
  • thumbwheels Correct
  • Touchpad
  • stylus
  • trackball
An examples of interfaces designed to change behavior?
  • ecommender systems for hotels, restaurants, etc
  • All of the following Correct
  • Amazon One-Click interface
  • Beach scenes on travel sites
An optical method for detecting motions refers to?
  • detects fluctuating alterations in reflected light intensity Correct
  • Ball on the underside of the mouse turns as the mouse is moved
  • Can be used on almost any flat surface
  • Rotates orthogonal potentiometers
An optical methods for detecting motions refers to?
  • Ball on underside of mouse turns as mouse is moved
  • Can be used on almost any flat surface
  • Rotates orthogonal potentiometers
  • detects fluctuating alterations in reflected light intensity Correct
Are focus groups examples of the various degrees of user involvement?
  • No, they are not
  • I don't know
  • Yes, they are Correct
  • Maybe
Are focus groups used to?
  • Build a consensus view Correct
  • Reach a wider population
  • Understand the context of task performance
  • Target specific user groups
Are Foot controls common elsewhere except for?
  • car pedals
  • Computer manipulation Correct
  • sewing machine speed control
  • organ and piano pedals
Are interviews used to?
  • target specific user groups Correct
  • Reach a wider population
  • Understand the context of task performance
  • Build a consensus view
As it says - all design decisions are ultimately taken with the context of the users, their work, and the environment in mind
  • All design objective
  • All design conclusion
  • All design decisions Correct
  • need to understand self
Asking customers at a restaurant if pizza should be added to the menu?
  • Census
  • Sample Survey Correct
  • Experiment
  • Interview
Attention, perception, memory, learning Reading, speaking, and listening Problem-solving, planning, reasoning, and decision making
  • Experimental cognition
  • doing rather than thinking
  • Reflective Cognition
  • Cognition processes Correct
Attributing human-like qualities to inanimate objects (e.g. cars, computers)?
  • seeing in 3D
  • Anthropomorphism Correct
  • desktop VR
  • use stereoscopic vision
Be able to commit these memories of the stimuli to a long term memory and reflect upon it (slow and deliberate)?
  • Emotional Design Mode
  • Emotional interaction
  • Claims from model
  • Emotional Design Model - Reflective Correct
Cathode ray tube was used formerly to?
  • used in ROMs and secondary storage
  • used in TVs and computer monitors Correct
  • used in RAMs and ROM
  • used in CPUs and system units
Choose the correct statement:
  • Scenarios explicitly describe the use of software or other technical support to achieve a task
  • Use cases describe human activities in a story
  • Essential use cases represent abstractions from scenarios and try to avoid the assumptions of a use case Correct
  • Ball on the underside of mouse turns as the mouse is moved
Choose the one aspects of the environment that must be considered when establishing requirements?
  • Fatigue for SAP
  • Fatigue for YOU
  • Fatigue for CSP
  • Expressive Interface Correct
Comment on the idea of 'too much involvement'?
  • Not at all
  • Heinbokel et al (1996) found that high user involvement projects tended to run less smoothly Svorgyman et al (2010) also identified that high levels of user involvement can generate un-neccessary conflics and increased reworking Correct
  • Both of them
  • Svorgyman et al (2010) also unidentified that high levels of user involvement can generate un-neccessary conflics and increased reworking
Concern of interaction design: Which products that are not USABLE?
  • A key questions Correct
  • Enjoyable
  • Easy to use
  • Effective
Contextual (ctl +click to get commands relevant to the current task)
  • rapid feedback
  • the user in control
  • doing rather than thinking
  • Types of menus Correct
Continuous representation of objects and actions of interest.
  • iteration
  • analysis Correct
  • requirements
  • design
customer support costs
  • decreased Correct
Define users.
  • Those who interact directly with a product to achieve a task Correct
  • very fast for gaming
  • the relative motion moves the cursor
  • Ball on the underside of the mouse turns as the mouse is moved
Describe some methods of ongoing user involvement after product release
  • Imprecise (finger is a fairly blunt instrument!)
  • Error reporting systems ie online crash analysis Correct
  • Interaction between developer and customer service reps
  • Finger can mark screen
Designing, drawing, flying, driving, sizing windows are an example of what conceptual model?
  • Direct manipulation is good for 'doing' types of tasks Correct
  • Information architects
  • Hybrid conceptual models
  • Issuing instructions are useful for repetitive tasks
Designing, drawing, flying, driving, sizing windows are example of what conceptual model?
  • Hybrid conceptual models
  • Issuing instructions is good for repetitive tasks
  • Information architects
  • Direct manipulation is good for 'doing' types of tasks Correct
Determine if not using car seat belts increases deaths in car accidents?
  • Census
  • Experiment
  • Observational Study Correct
  • Sample Survey
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