Friday, 24 January 2020

CS408-Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Quiz MCQs Lecture 23-45 FinalTerm Objective Questions | SUPERSTARWEBTECH


CS408-Human Computer Interaction Quiz  MCQS #Objective #Questions

1. What is the fourth step in defining the requirements with respect to persona-based design?
  • Creating problem and vision statement
  • Brainstorming
  • Identifying persona expectations
  • Constructing the context scenario 
2. ___ is needed to check that users can use the product and like it.
  • Coding
  • Evaluation 
  • Guideline
  • None
3. To make an appointment you need to see a calendar and possibly contacts you might incorporate all these together, due to ___
  • Form factor 
  • Input method
  • View 
  • None
4. "What site is this", Statement represents ___
  • Folder
  • Site ID 
  • Scroll bar
  • None
5. Which of the following is least likely to be revealed by a paper prototype?
  • Your users don't know the term algorithm 
  • Toolbar buttons are too small to press 
  • To help menu isn't in the right place
  • None
6. What is the second step in defining the requirements with respect to persona-based design?
  • Brainstorming
  • Creating problem and vision statement
  • Identifying persona expectations
  • Constructing the context scenario
7. Engineering a user interface involves a quantitative engineering style of working in which measurements are used to judge the quality of the interface. Hence ___ is appropriate.
  • Usability testing
  • Field Study
  • Predictive evaluation
  • DECIDE framework
8. Exploring how children talk together in order to see if an innovative new groupware product would help them to be more engaged would probably be better informed by a ___
  • Usability testing
  • Predictive evaluation
  • Field Study
  • DECIDE framework
9. Panes, frames and other containers on screen is a kind of ___
  • Functional and data elements
  • View
  • Input method
  • None
10. ___ is particularly useful early in design. It is an excellent technique to use with the prototype because it provides a wealth of diagnostic information.
  • Co-discovery
  • Active intervention
  • Splendid research
  • None 
11. Goal-oriented context scenarios are ___ task-oriented than key path scenarios.
  • Less
  • Alike
  • More
  • None
12. __ has a goal of assessing whether the product work according to its specifications.
  • Trunk test
  • Quality assurance
  • Both above
  • None
13. Because the user's interaction with a ___ program dominates his session at the computer, the program shouldn't be afraid to take as much screen real estate as possible.
  • Transient
  • Auxiliary
  • Sovereign
  • Daemonic
14. ___ is the extra work that satisfies the needs to achieve our objective.
  • Evaluation
  • Excise
  • Testing
  • None
15. ___ frequent your primary personas access the site, ___transient a stance the site needs to take (respectively).
  • More, less
  • Less, more
  • Less, less
  • None
16. Transactional sites are used for a significant part of an employee's job should be considered full ___ applications.
  • Sovereign
  • Transient
  • Temporary
  • None
17. ___ are perhaps the least-documented patterns, but they are nonetheless in widespread use.
  • Postural
  • Structural
  • Behavioral
  • Mnemonic
18. Information sites with daily-updated information will naturally attract ___ users more than monthly-updated site.
  • Repeat
  • Infrequent
  • Non-user
  • None
19. In DECIDE framework choosing the evaluation paradigm and technique comes just after ___
  • Deciding about ethical issues
  • Exploring the questions
  • Identifying the practical issues
  • None
20. Usability testing works for ___
  • Software products
  • Hardware products
  • All products
  • None
21. Navigation represents excise except in ___
  • Web
  • Games
  • Windows
  • Menus
22. ___ has goal of assessing whether the product works according to its specifications.
  • Trunk test
  • Quality assurance
  • Both of the above
  • None