- Database interface and design within database systems (readability, navigation, logical order, inclusivity). 11 ATAR, 12 GEN, 12 ATAR
- Use words on the user interface that people can understand
- Technical language will turn people off.
- Short, sharp and to the point but effective.
- Navigation is logical and easy to follow
- Naming of menus is logical
- People expect to see particular navigation, show them normal navigation
- Provide tabs, menus in predictable places
- Provide focus for the most important item on the page/screen
- Provide alternative pathways, not just one pathway in and one pathway out
- Image navigation icons need to be able to work literally at the slide of a finger. Too small and it won't work
- Text hyperlinks too close together because of small font size can cause navigation problems
- A clear and understandable interface is the goal
- Order items in the order in which people are going to use them
- Put first things up front and in the expected place
- Put yourself in the position of the person wanting to use this database, apply order to what they would expect
- Can all people use this software
- Does it meet user friendly requirements regardless of
- Design it so it has maximum use by the people
- If people find it difficult to use, it won't be used very often.
- Design it with the end user in mind. All end users is the focus for inclusivity.
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