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Q. 211) Which of the following is not true of a good design:

(A) everything designed has an explicit criteria such that the design is useful and usable
(B) everything is designed keeping a vague context in mind
(C) both of the above
(D) none of the above
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Q. 212) What are the goals of a good design?

(A) utility
(B) effectiveness
(C) efficiency
(D) all of the above
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Q. 213) Which of the following should an HCI expert take care of while designing aproduct?

(A) you can make as many assumptions as possible
(B) if it\s not obvious to the users, it’s always their fault
(C) you should not think yourself as a typical userd.
(D) the end user is never a beginner
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Q. 214) Data can be collected in database for analysis Present result clearly Responses are usually received quickly

(A) interview
(B) questionnaire
(C) research
(D) observation
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Q. 215) "Using model of how a human would use a proposed system to obtain predict usability measure by calculation or simulation." Choose the evaluation technique to describe the above statement

(A) heuristic evaluation
(B) cognitive walkthrough
(C) model-based evaluation
(D) review-based evaluation
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Q. 216) Panes, frames and other containers on screen is a kind of              

(A) functional and data elements
(B) view
(C) input method
(D) none of the given
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Q. 217) Regarding paper prototypes:

(A) low-fidelity paper prototypes are hand- drawn sketches and designed to be thrown away
(B) high-fidelity paper prototypes look too much like a finished design.
(C) high-fidelity paper prototypes are designed on-screen and then printed out in colour.
(D) all of the above.
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Q. 218) Regarding font sizes and styles:

(A) 1 pt = 1/32 inch.
(B) examples of serif fonts include times roman and helvetica.
(C) a serif is a slight embellishment at the end of a letter stroke.
(D) evaluation method.
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Q. 219) Regarding constraints:

(A) they are based on the idea that the difficulty of dealing with a novel situation is related to the number of possibilities.
(B) they can be divided into physical, semantic, political, and logical constraints.
(C) the trash can was used to eject a diskette.
(D) they describe the range of possible actions
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Q. 220) What is a principal limitation of multimedia as a means for presenting educational material, according to Rogers and Aldrich (1996)?

(A) learners may fixate on just one medium, such as text, and not process further information available in other media.
(B) learners may hop between media and only partially process the information in each one.
(C) learners may feel that they are being patronised
(D) learners may need tools to help them keep track of the information with which they have and have not yet engaged.
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