The Significance of the Application of HCI Concepts and Methods in Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Interactive Technologies

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Aryan Grover, Shivansh Gupta, Prachi Garg


Humans interact with computers in a variety of ways, and the interface between them and the devices they use is critical to making this possible. Graphic user interfaces (GUIs) are currently used by desktop programs, internet browsers, mobile computers, and computer kiosks. In speech recognition and synthesising systems, voice user interfaces (VUI) and creating multi-modal and gestalt User Interfaces (GUI) are utilised to allow users to interact with embodied character agents in ways that traditional interface paradigms cannot. In terms of interaction quality and branching, the area of human-computer interaction has progressed throughout time. Rather than developing traditional interfaces, several research areas have focused on problems such as multimodality vs. unimodality, intelligent adaptive interfaces vs. command/action-based interfaces, and active vs. passive interfaces. The study examines the advantages of incorporating human-computer interaction (HCI) ideas and techniques into interactive technology analysis, design, and assessment. The research covers the most recent HCI ideas as well as research gaps identified by different authors in earlier studies. The systematic study of human-computer interaction has probably been the most significant element driving the exponential growth in technology adoption, dissemination, and use, as well as technology-driven productivity improvements that have benefitted a broad variety of companies, during the past two decades.

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