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Week 4: Web Creditability - Question 2

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While there are many places on the web that will provide you with credible and accurate resources, Wikipedia is not one of them. Never would you reference a Wikipedia page in anything academic as it is considered to be a completely unreliable source. 223 more words

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Week 3: Load Performance - Question 2

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The concept of “chunking’ was coined by George A. Miller back in 1956 (Pramling, 2011). Chunking, simply, refers to the act of breaking up big pieces of information into smaller sections. 268 more words

Q2- Define & Describe

Chunking involves the use of smaller pieces in a bid to remember a larger whole more easily(West, Farmer, & Wolff, 1991). This involves the use of a memory technique which aids in learning. 236 more words

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Week 1: Aesthetic Usability - Question 2

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We can see the phenomenon of aesthetic usability in regards to everyday products that we might come into contact with on a daily basis. 303 more words

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Consistency Examples

3 everyday examples that meet the theory of consistency

1. Adobe product line – External consistency

As you can see in the above image of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and inDesign, Adobe keeps a similar aesthetic across all of their applications. 335 more words

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In the text provided, Lidwell, Holden and Butler talked about the different types of consistency in design. They wrote about aesthetic consistency, functional consistency, internal consistency and external consistency. 391 more words

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Graded Unit Interview: Chris Roberts

I have arranged to have a studio interview with Chris Roberts a Football Development Officer for the SFA. I found out about Chris by going on the SFA website. 290 more words