Human factors is the discipline that explores the relationship between the user, the system and the environment. Proper planning of any system or product relies on the consideration of all three
The basis for the entire UX process - methodologies for analyzing the environment in which the user operates, the tasks and actions that the user performs on the system and the information required to complete these actions successfully.
Principles of designing user interface views.
Presenting abstract data in a tangible way in order to simplify perception and allow users to easily draw conclusions and insights.
In most systems there are "types" of screens that tend to repeat themselves. Identification of these types and implementation of similar design principles enables us to: reduce cognitive load, reduce development cost and overall cost reduction project wide.
Principles in planning the controls used to feed and control information in system and products.
Among other things, the following topics will be presented:
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