Human Computer Interface
Human Computer Interaction
Human Computer Implementation
Human Computer Industry
Common short cuts, like CTRL+Z for undo.
Icons that can have specific meanings.
A long command line to achieve a function
Sounds that convey meanings.
Not every user is a computer expert
Well designed HCIs allow the software to be sold at a better price.
Well designed HCIs use less computer resources.
Well designed HCIs allow the computer to run faster
Command line/command prompt
Users react more quickly to sounds than to visual signals
Users react more slowly to sounds than to visual signals
There is no preference. People just like sounds
The computer reacts to sounds in the same way as a human
It will be welcomed by all staff.
All staff will enjoy using it after mastering the skills of command lines.
Most staff will want to become computer experts to use it.
Most staff will feel demoralised and will not want to use the system.