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1 Human-Computer Interaction Info I101 John C. Paolillo March 4, 2003

2 Human-Computer Interaction Info I101 John C. Paolillo March 4, 2003

3 Human-Computer Interaction Info I101 John C. Paolillo March 4, 2003

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11 Design

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13 A Toaster

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15 An Oven Control Conv Bake/Roast Bake Vari Broil Bake Time Stop Time Clean Timer Cancel

16 Other examples Airplane cockpits (e.g. Spitfire) –Switched the location of “eject” and “fire” controls — to disastrous effect Nuclear reactor controls –In one reactor, used handles of beer taps to make controls different from one another Automobile controls...

17 Design Designs should be –Easy to learn –Easy to use –Usable for their intended functions cf. Donald Norman The Design of Everyday Things and The Invisible Computer And so it should be for computers...

18 HCI — What it is The applied field which considers the design of computer technology and how any given design facilitates certain kinds of uses and disfavors others. Draws on: psychology, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, visual arts, computer programming, etc.

19 Before there was HCI Human factors research and design Taking human perceptual and psychological attributes into account in the design of artifacts Ergonomics Planning work practices and their support infrastructure to take account of human physical characteristics

20 HCI Milestones and Millstones

21 Sholes’ keyboard c Dvorak keyboard

22 Bat Keyboard Kinesics

23 VuMan; CMU

24 D.C. Engelbart’s original mouse,, 1964; Bootstrap Alliance

25 D.C. Engelbart’s original mouse, 1964; Bootstrap Alliance

26 D.C. Engelbart’s system with mouse; Bootstrap Alliance

27 Production versions of Engelbart’s system; Bootstrap Alliance

28 The “mother of all demos”, 1968; Bootstrap Alliance

29 Xerox Alto, 1980 toastytech.com

30 Xerox Dandelion toastytech.com

31 Xerox Dandelion toastytech.com

32 technology.arc.nasa.govwww.southwest.com.au/~jfuller

33 mpc.fab.free.fr/atari

34 Kensington TurboMouse

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36 Wacom, Inc.

37 screen by Zenith

38 ipsi.fhg.de

39 MS Windows XP Media Playertoastytech.com

40 MS Windows 1983 previewtoastytech.com

41 X-Windows; toastytech.com

42 Red Hat Linux running X; toastytech.com

43 MS Windows XP (2002)MS Bob (1995)

44 MS Powerpoint template

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