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What is purpose to use Graphical user interface application?

Posted By :laptop charles     Posted Date :June 30, 2010    Points :10   Category :OOPS 
Because the use of Graphical user interface application user friendly.
And easy to interact with application and users.
Also maintain very to other user.

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Real software is developing a speech-based user interface for blind people. However, speech based interface are difficult to design and time given by the client is short. To develop a functional interface without any errors, the company wants to first evaluate the prototype. They used the storyboard technique to demonstrate the functionality of the application. However, this technique was unable to demonstrate the interactive feature of the application. Analyze and provide solution for the above scenario?

  
1, The design team of Real software should have used the Sketching technique because storyboard technique would only provide the flow and features of the interface.

2, The design team of Real software should have used the Horizontal Prototyping because storyboard technique would only provide the flow of the interface.

3, The design team of Real software should have used the Wizard of Oz technique because storyboard technique would only provide the flow and features of the interface

4, The design team of Real software should have used the Vertical Prototyping because storyboard technique would only provide the flow of the interface.


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