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Performance Load

Performance Load Q1 Performance load is the theory that the harder something is to do the less likely it is that it will be accomplished. For example if I want to make a sandwich I need to get bread, ham, butter, lettuce, mustard, onion and tomato. These are food stuffs that are easily found in … Continue reading

The Consistency Principle

The Consistency Principle Q1 Lidwell et al tell us that consistency enable people to efficiently transfers knowledge to new contexts, learn things quickly and focus attention the relevant aspects of a task and that there are four kinds of consistent. The first, aesthetic consistency is seen in the logo which uses consistent font, colour and … Continue reading

The Aesthetic-Usability Effect

The Aesthetic-Usability Effect Q1 The aesthetic-usability effect is when an object looks easier to use because it appears beautiful to the user. In their book, Universal-Usability Effect,¬† Lidwell, Holden and Butler describe aesthetic-usability effect as “a phenomenon in which people perceive more-aesthetic designs as easier to use…wether they are or not” (Lidwell, Holden, & Butler, … Continue reading

United States Kill Osama bin Laden

The United States have ¬†killed Osama bin Laden, the master mind behind the September 11 terrorist attacks that occurred in 2001. Osama was living in a compound in Pakistan only a few kilometres away from a Pakistan military base. President of America, Barack Obama, authorised the raid on the compound. It is believed the raid … Continue reading

Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. After you read this, you should delete and write your own post, with a new title above. Or hit Add New on the left (of the admin dashboard) to start a fresh post. Here are some suggestions for your first post. You can find new ideas for what to blog about by … Continue reading