“Collaboration and Social Media” Please respond to the following:
While planning for a new project, a young developer mentions that she used Facebook as a collaborative group space for developing her senior project. She tells you that it was the ideal solution since it was free and all of her group members were friends with her. Further, she tells you that your company should do the same thing. Explain whether or not you think that Facebook would be a proper venue for your developers to collaborate. Give at least three reasons for your answer.
Imagine you were going to be teaching this class next semester and you were given the choice to teach it asynchronously distributed interface, synchronously distributed interface, or face-to-face. Choose one of these techniques to teach the class and describe why you chose the presentation style you did. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages associated with the style you chose.
Menu-driven interfaces xxxxxxx one of xxxxxxx old techniques xxxxxxx xxxxxxxs efficient xxxxxxxs of retrieving data xxxxxxx going through a system interface. Developers xxxxxxx xxxxxxx implementing xxxxxxx xxxxxxx of interface xxxxxxx a xxxxxxx xxxxxxxe xxxxxxx continue to be used in xxxxxxx Operating System applications xxxxxxx Web applications among xxxxxxx system applications. Menus xxxxxxx important part of system design because xxxxxxxy help direct xxxxxxx users on xxxxxxx key components of a system in Graphic User Interfaces or GUI. Txxxxxxx discussion xxxxxxxs xxxxxxx xxxxxxxs of xxxxxxxs in xxxxxxx menu-driven interfaces xxxxxxx be made xxxxxxx appealing xxxxxxx reasons xxxxxxx xxxxxxxir strong usage in old xxxxxxx modern applications. Menu-driven interfaces consist of a series of interfaces xxxxxxx xxxxxxxs users to be directed by xxxxxxxing an option xxxxxxx anxxxxxxx (Park & Han, 2011). The xxxxxxx txxxxxxxxxxxxxxe defends a xxxxxxxsis xxxxxxx menu-driven technology is a xxxxxxxstxxxxxxxing technology xxxxxxx xxxxxxx continue to be implemented in xxxxxxx contemporary technological era xxxxxxx to xxxxxxx abilities xxxxxxx features.
A menu in interface design is a term used to refer to series of options displayed stxxxxxxxgically to help xxxxxxx users to navigate through xxxxxxx system easily. User xxxxxxx use of xxxxxxx computer input devices xxxxxxx keyboard xxxxxxx a mouse to xxxxxxx xxxxxxx one of xxxxxxx options xxxxxxx navigate to xxxxxxx desired xxxxxxx. xxxxxxx xxxxxxx two major xxxxxxxs of user dialogue stxxxxxxxgies: system-directed dialogues xxxxxxx operator-directed dialogues (Savage, Habinek, & Barnhart, 1982).
System-directed dialogues xxxxxxxes a flow of dialogue xxxxxxx xxxxxxx use xxxxxxx xxxxxxx directed by xxxxxxx system. The user is xxxxxxxed to xxxxxxx a number of options xxxxxxx xxxxxxx limited xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxd by xxxxxxx application. The user follows xxxxxxx limited options to accomplish xxxxxxxir tasks. An example of xxxxxxx dialogues xxxxxxx as glows:
Suggest alternatives for menu-driven interface design and explain how these alternatives can be designed to eventually replace all menu-driven interfaces.
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