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Reading card for Usability, Accessibility and User Centered design course @TLU #IMKE

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    • Reading card 1 usability
    • ReferenceBenyon, D. (1990). Adaptive Systems  a : solution to usability problems. Computing, 1-21.
    • Summary statement This paper examines the implications for systems analysis, design and usability specification ifadaptive systems are to be a realistic solution to usability problems.
    • Key concepts
    • Key arguments and relationships Humans are adaptive systems. Computer systems can be made adaptive.
    • Key findings and contributionsThe designer has to consider the range of ways in which systems can be made adaptive and to select a capability appropriate to the usability problem at hand.
    • Ideas, observations and critiquesSystems should have an integrated fault- based adaption. Input quality and quantity might improve usability. Adaptive systems are more expensive, but also more usable
    • General ideas Self-regulating system requires the system to monitor its own success.Access to its knowledge and ability toamend the representations - of user, of domain or of the interaction - if necessary.
    • Conclusion:Adaptive systems as solutionsto usability issues are here to stay.