BSA 375 Week #3 DQ 1
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Date Created: 11/11/15
BSA 375 Week #3 DQ 1 1 Week 3 DQ 1 What are the differences between the "humancentered" and "usercentered" approaches? Do you agree that the humancentered approach is more effective? Why or why not? The goal of humancentered is to improve computer usability to facilitate user interface. Humancentered focuses on the improvement of flexibility that allows users to better manage the system. The humancentered process uses and interactive approach to develop practical solutions to genuine problems. Usercentered is used to describe design processes in which endusers influence the outcome of the design. Various methods can be used in usercentered processes. The basic needs and wants of users are evaluated to build a system around the user’s specifications. The main goal of usercentered approach is to optimize user interface instead of forcing users to change their methods. I believe humancentered approach to be more effective; thus, this approach seems to incorporate the usercenter process into one design method. The humancentered approach focuses not only on user ability but also on computer usability. Combining each approach leads to a more effective developed system.
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