Functional Design Specification

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Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

The next step is to translate the requirements that you prepared in week 1 into a low-fidelity mock-up prototype. Before you embark on this task, you should research pertinent user interface standards guidelines to determine which set or sets will best help guide your design for the kiosk and smart phone tourist user interface application.

Research at least 2 sources (which may include your textbook) to support your response.

  • Explore and describe User Interface Design Standards and/or Guidelines which you intend to use as a guide for your tourist kiosk user interface design. Be sure to include the source of your information.
  • Explore and describe User Interface Design Standards and/or Guidelines which you intend to use as a guide for your tourist smart phone or mobile user interface design. Be sure to include the source of your information.
  • Find at least 1 informational Web site, related to this project, with an appealing design and explain why you chose it. Please include a screenshot and link to this Web site.

Write 2 more paragraphs that are an introduction and conclusion to this topic. Be sure to include your references and format your submission in APA format.

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Klosevin
School: New York University

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Functional Design Specification
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Functional Design Specification
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Guidelines for Tourist Kiosk User Interface Design
Guidelines for Tourist Smartphone User Interface Design
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Functional Design Specification
Student’s name
Professor’s Name
Course
Institution Affiliation
Date

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FUNCTIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION

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Functional Design Specification
In order to perform a task, a human often has to interact with computers to input data into
them to enable them to complete the task, hence the need for a user interface. The type of
interaction humans have with computers depends on the task a computer is designed to complete.
This, therefore, determines the type of interface that is to be developed. For example, a tourist
kiosk user interface, and tourist smartphone user interface are meant to enable users get touristic
information, and assis...

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