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  • 1 Basic HCI concepts

  • 1.1 Usability goals

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  • How to measure safety?

    Exploring of possible errors and the interpretations of the different functions (whether those are in line with what the creator intended).
  • How to measure utility?

    Ask the question: Does the product provide an appropriate set of functions that will enable users to carry out all of their tasks in the way they want to do them.
  • How to measure memorability?

    Measure the time it takes to complete a task (after a while not using it) and the amount of errors users make.
  • what is Product design about?

    Shape, material, ergonomic and aesthetics
  • what is Interaction design about?

    Communication between users, response system, input user, material
  • 1.3.1 First wave

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  • Context first wave

    Mainframe computers operated by multiple users. The operators had to be trained. When computers were designed by computer scientist and not developed for the everyday user.
  • HCI goal first wave

    Optimizing fit between human and computer to allow computer operation.
  • Research first wave

    Computer science.
  • 1.3.2 Second wave

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  • Period second wave

    1980-1990
  • Context second wave

    PC's used in real-life, collaborative work spaces. Desktops computers as we still know nowadays, but they were only used for work and in offices.
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