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

exercises  -  2. the computer

EXERCISE 2.1

Individually or in a group find as many different examples as you can of physical controls and displays.
(a) List them
(b) Try to group them, or classify them.
(c) Discuss whether you believe the control or display is suitable for its purpose. (section 3.9.3 may also help)

answer

open-ended investigation


Other exercises in this chapter

ex.2.1 (open), ex.2.2 (tut), ex.2.3 (open), ex.2.4 (tut), ex.2.5 (tut), ex.2.6 (tut)

all exercises for this chapter


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