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Question 3: Issues

  • The site has outdated information.
  • The site has way too many ads, making it hard to use.
  • Requiring for you to log in or sign up before using website.
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Question 2: Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a very useful source sometimes, though can be very deceiving as well. As we all know the internet is used by everyone, Wikipedia is an encyclopedia that is built collaboratively, but collaborative to who, to everyone, the Wikipedia home page is welcome to Wikipedia the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. 198 more words

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Question 3: Psychology & Design

Psychology is important to design because how do we learn or process information by using our brains or how we feel. 91 more words

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Question 1 – Summary of Consistency

There are four kinds of consistency in the principles of consistency: Aesthetic, Function, Internal and External. Aesthetic and External consistency is in all aspect of design, Aesthetic consistency establishes unique identities which can be easily recognized, communicated and set emotional expectations and Functional consistency enables systems to be more simple for usability and ease of learning. 514 more words

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Question 2: Examples of Aesthetic-Usability Effect

EXAMPLE 1 – Apple

Apple product is a good example of the aesthetic usability effect. The battle of apple vs windows has been going on for years, which phone is better or which computer is better? 429 more words

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On the business of Design: Design is a job

“The biggest myth ever perpetuated in the design field is that good design sells itself.”

I wanted to learn about design so googled up “best books on design”. 1,375 more words

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Question 1 – Summary of Aesthetic-Usability Effect 

To summarise this article, it would be how the perception of Aesthetic Designs are affected with usability. How more aesthetic designs have a higher probability of use since it looks easier to use, even if they are not easier to use, whereas a more usable, less-aesthetic design is less often used because of complicated and un-simple design (Lidwell, Holden & Butler, 2003) 396 more words

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