Interaksi Manusia-Komputer (IMK) Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

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Interaksi Manusia-Komputer (IMK) Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Introduction. Agus Wahyu Widodo Aryo Pinandito Bayu Priyambadha Denny Sagita Rusdianto Ismiarta Aknuranda PTIIK- UB. Description. Name: Interaksi Manusia - Komputer Code: PTI 15005 Semester: 2 Credits: 5 sks - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Interaksi Manusia-Komputer (IMK)</p><p>Human-ComputerInteraction (HCI)IntroductionAgus Wahyu WidodoAryo PinanditoBayu PriyambadhaDenny Sagita RusdiantoIsmiarta Aknuranda</p><p>PTIIK- UB</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>DescriptionName: Interaksi Manusia - KomputerCode: PTI 15005Semester: 2 Credits: 5 sksStatus: CompulsoryPre-requisite: -</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Automatic SyringeIntroduction - PTIIK UB 2012Setting the dose to 1372</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012Automatic Syringe</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Why HCI?The interface should not just present a pretty face, but should support the tasks that people actually want to do, and forgive the careless mistakes.It is not at all intuitive or easy to design consistent, robust systems that will cope with all manner of user carelessnessThe interface is not something that can be plugged in at the last minute; its design should be developed integrally with the rest of the system.Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Why HCI?Part of law in developed countries, e.g.:National health and safety standards constrain employers to provide their workforce with usable computer systems: not just safe but usable. Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Why HCI?Part of law in developed countries, e.g.:EC Directive 90/270/EEC requires employers to ensure the following when designing, selecting, commissioning or modifying software:that it is suitable for the taskthat it is easy to use and, where appropriate, adaptable to the users knowledge and experiencethat it provides feedback on performancethat it displays information in a format and at a pace that is adapted to the userthat it conforms to the principles of software ergonomics.Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Ergonomics or Human FactorsThe International Ergonomics Association:Ergonomics (or human factors) is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of interactions among humans and other elements of a system, and the profession that applies theory, principles, data and methods to design in order to optimize human well-being and overall system performance.</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Brief history of HCIHas only been in widespread use since the early 1980sBut has its roots in more established disciplinesSystematic study of human performance in factories, emphasis on manual tasks, the early 1900sStudy of interaction between human and machines, World War II (1939-1945), for more effective weapon systems After WWII, the Ergonomics Research Society, 1949Ergonomics Human FactorsMan-machine interaction Human-computer interaction Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>HCI Main ComponentsIntroduction - PTIIK UB 2012The human:an individual user, a group of users working together, or a sequence of users in an organization,each dealing with some part of the task or processThe computer:any technology ranging from the general desktop computer to a large-scale computer system, a process control system or an embedded system.The interaction:any communication between a user and computer, be it direct or indirect. The important thing is that the user is interacting with the computer in order to accomplish something.</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Triple Use-sUseful accomplish what is required: play music, cook dinner, format a document;Usable do it easily and naturally, without danger of error, etc.;Used make people want to use it, be attractive, engaging, fun, etc.Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Learning ObjectivesUnderstand the characteristics of the fundamental components of an interactive system: the human user, the computer systemthe nature of the interactive processUnderstand the design process of an interactive systemApply appropriate principles, models, and techniques of user interface design and evaluation</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Main TopicsFoundationsThe humanThe computerThe interactionParadigmsDesign ProcessInteraction design basicsHCI in the software process 225Design rulesImplementation supportEvaluation techniques</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Main TopicsModels and TheoriesCognitive modelsSocio-organizational issues and stakeholder requirementsCommunication and collaboration models Task analysisDialog notations and designModels of the system Modeling rich interactionIntroduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>ReferencesDix , A.J., et al. 2004. Human-Computer Interaction, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, USA. Ariyus, D. 2007. Interaksi Manusia dan Komputer, Andi Publisher, 2007.Santosa, I. 2010. Interaksi Manusia dan Komputer Edisi 2, Andi Publisher. Shneiderman, B. and Plaisant, C. 2010. Designing the User Interface, 5th Edition. Addison Wesley. Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Other SupportsMoodle: Old: http://elearning.ptiik.ub.ac.id New: under setupBlog: http://iaknuranda.lecture.ub.ac.id Class representativePlease have one soonIntroduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>AssessmentProject: 25-30%Assignments: 10-15%Mid-exam (UTS): 25%Final exam (UAS): 35%Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Learning PrinciplesSpirituality on LearningPositive attitudeLearning is not a choice, but a natural obligationPray for beneficial knowledgePrepare yourself for knowledge..because knowledge is light and it only comes to those who are readyCommunity of learnersAll of us are learnersEveryone should be self-directed, active, and criticalUnlimited learning resources</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p></li><li><p>Have a nice journey of learning!Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>Introduction - PTIIK UB 2012</p><p>***</p></li></ul>

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