Early user interfaces were designed with little or no
consideration for the end user. This was largely due to technical
and hardware limitations. The poor interface design required a
specific skill set for users and limited the mass appeal of
computers. Modern interfaces are much more user friendly. Theo
Mandel wrote about the five (5) golden rules of interface design.
Read Mandels article located at http://www.theomandel.com/docs/Mandel-GoldenRules.pdf.
Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: Describe
three (3) interfaces you interact with on a daily basis. Analyze
each interface you identified in Question one (1) and assess how it
adheres to Mandels five (5) golden rules. Suggest two (2) changes
for each interface to achieve a more user-friendly design and
justify your suggestion. Provide three (3) screen shots for each
interface. Note: These screen shots should be labeled and appear in
the appendix of the case study. These pages are not included in the
page requirement for the assignment. Use at least three (3) quality
resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites
do not qualify as quality resources.
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