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Factors In Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

Continuation of  Human–Computer Interaction (HCI)

In the design and analysis of any system that uses Human computer interaction principles there are many factors that must be considered.  Most of these HCI factors often interact with one another, and this makes the analysis more complicated.

These Factors Include

Organizational Factors
These include work organization, training, roles, job design and politics

Task Factors
Skills, monitoring, task allocation, complex, novel, easy

Environmental Factors
Ventilation health, safety, heating and lighting

Comfort Factors
Layout, seating, equipment

The User
Cognitive capabilities and processes
Enjoyment, experience, satisfaction, personality, motivation

System Functionality

Productivity factors
Increase quality, increase innovation, increase output, decrease errors and decrease costs.

 

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