Types of HCI systems (2)
3. Office, home, and entertainment
Examples: word processing, automated transaction machines, video games, education packages, information retrieval, e-mail, tel-conference.
Characteristics: Must be easy to learn, low error rates; subjective satisfaction is very important.
4. Explorative, strategic, creative, and co-operative systems
Example: Business decision making, architecture design, CSCW, artist program and music composition
Characteristics: Users are knowledgeable in task, but novice in computer, high motivation and high expectation, difficult to design, must be easy to use, e.g., provide direct manipulation of objects represented of their real world task. Trial-and -error learning, participatory design.