Assignment 1: Multi-Touch Screens vs. Mouse-Driven Screens

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Assignment 1: Multi-Touch Screens vs. Mouse-Driven Screens Due Week 3 and worth 180 points The following resources may be helpful when completing this assignment. Dearden, A. (2008). User-Centered Design Considered Harmful Norman, D. (2007–2010). Activity-centered design: Why I like my Harmony remote control Computer applications that run on desktop and laptop computers have, for a long time, been designed to be driven by dragging and clicking a mouse. With the introduction of tablet personal computers, the trend has shifted toward using touch-based screens. We now have access to touch-based TVs, touch-based monitors, touch-based laptops and touch-based tablets. Touch and multi-touch devices provide end users with the ability to interact physically with an application much more naturally. Imagine that you are the Information Technology Director of a major chain restaurant, and you have been assigned to design a menu ordering application that can run on all devices.

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Running Head: Multi-Touch Screens Vs. Mouse-Driven ScreensMulti-Touch Screens Vs. Mouse-Driven ScreensWritten By: Raymund BalagotProfessor Charles EdekiStrayer UniversityCIS 375April 24, 20161Multi-Touch Screens Vs. Mouse-Driven ScreensIn this paper I will be discussing to the best of my ability my innovative design conceptto building a unique menu ordering application. The restaurant mobile application will offer toemployees and customers a brilliant automated process experience to ordering food, onlinecatering and a convenient checkout process such as a point of sale system.The conceptual interaction will be interaction base, in which the user will issueinstructions varying from pressing buttons to typing in strings of characters making it quick andefficient to interact with the restaurant mobile application. I chose to go with this type ofinteraction because of the benefits of fitting where there is a need to frequently repeat actions onmultiple objects such as ordering food, drinks, desert and checkout.As my previous experience with most restaurants the waitresses usually take your orderby writing it down on a small note pad then giving it to the cooks in the kitchen. My innovativethought is why not utilize current electronic technology to automate and speed up the orderingand check out process.The conceptual design user interface model that comes to mind for my application wouldbe the perspective thought of a customer or employee who would be

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