Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale

exercises  -  18. modelling rich interaction

EXERCISE 18.4

Rank the following in terms of levels of intention or consciousness
automatic doors into hotel, automatic water taps in wash basin, reversing lights in a car, ultrasonic burglar alarm, auto-numbering lists in a word processor, web page counter, font menu in word processor that shows recent fonts at the top of the list
If you have a group, you could each rank them separately and then discuss your answers.
Why are some more consciously considered than others?
Think of more examples.

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Other exercises in this chapter

ex.18.1 (ans), ex.18.2 (tut), ex.18.3 (tut), ex.18.4 (tut)

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