TaskYou will need to justify every item that you choose to p

TaskYou will need to justify every item that you choose to put into this design. The concept it relates to must be clearly identified and explained. You may wish to draw reference from appropriate literature.Among the many concepts you may consider are:colour and sectionslayout of the screen’help function’ or assistance pagesorder in which the information is presenteduse of iconsuse of input device (eg. keyboard or specific keys)overall layoutstandards employedYou may wish to refer to Shneidermann’s Eight Golden Rules of Interface Design (p.88-89) as a guide.All diagrams, screen layouts, etc., should be drawn using the Pencil application and imported into the design document.Design drawings are NOT to be submitted separately.Case Scenario & Instructions: A local shop keeper who deals with selling books to the local community wants to automate some functions of his shop. The customers currently pay at the counter that is operated by a teller operator. The shop keeper expects you to design a mobile app. The mobile app should allow the customers to view book categories and the selected books to purchase.The book shop app also offers discounts for regular customers, discounts for bulk purchases and much more. You have been commissioned to design this mobile app and search facility for the new online presence of the book shop. Initially the system will be run on few Android phones that are placed at the entrance of the book shop. That is, they wish to pilot this aspect first and have it in the controlled environment of their current, physical store. If that works effectively, then they will expand that service to a full web-based service and also add other functionality that is currently outside the scope of this pilot system, such as online sales.You can make up a selection of your choice with a variety of books. The customer is expected to make his/her choices and find where in the book shop the book can be found, or if not available, how long it will take to order it in. The system is linked directly to the customer database, so that if the customer enters their ID, whatever discounts they are entitled to will automatically be taken into account in the price displayed. Although payments is outside the scope of the pilot, correct pricing information does need to be displayed, but payments have to be made at the counter in the store.Your design focus is on providing the application screen design and layout function for the purchaser. You do not have to worry about the accounting system for the book shop. There will be no human assistance available at the kiosk when it is fully deployed.Your task is to design an application to run on an automated mobile app that allows customers to search for and order book items as quickly as possible. You may assume that the Android phone will consist primarily of a screen that users will interact with. You may assume that the book shop has capacity for up to 250 customers on three floors of the same building and therefore several Android phones will be operated simultaneously.You may make any other assumptions not stated here but you must state them in Section B of your assignment. You will need to provide drawings of the interface design for your system. Drawings can be rough sketches, but must clearly show all components of your design. Do not use any existing book shop name, trademarks or pictures. In addition to the drawings which provide one interface to the system you may recommend other input and output devices. For example will you use voice input/output, a touch screen etc.? Think carefully about the system, the tasks, what they do and how your customers might interact. Who are the clients/users? What do you feel should be the usability goals? How can you develop an interface that meets these usability goals for these customers? Are there any constraints to the development of the interface?The following aspects are out of scope for this assignment:Payment considerations;Electrical, network and other technical specifications of the kiosk;RationaleThis assignment covers the second four learning outcomes of this subject:Designing the interface of information systems both stand alone and web based.Designing online support.Evaluation – the relevance and different types of evaluation.Experience in usability testing.Marking criteriaCriteriaMarksExecutive Summary – accurate summary of design20Concept and Diagramso Clear drawing(s) of interfaceo All components clearly identifiedo Justification for useo References to academic/practitioner literature to support argument30Design justificationo Design related to user requirementso Design related back to principles & guidelineso References to academic/practitioner literature to support argument30Appropriateness of Design – How the design meets user requirements20Deduct marks for poor presentation, spelling and grammar-5Deduct marks for poor or no referencing to APA standard-5QuestionHDDICRPSFLExecutive SummaryComprehensive description of the major points of the designDetailed description of the major points of the designThorough description of the major points of the designAdequate description of the major points of the designIncomplete or irrelevant description of the major points of the designDesign concept & drawingsExcellent UI design & drawings with all components identified and excellent justification for use. Full set of references.Clear UI design & drawings with most components identified and clear justification for use. Set of references.Good UI design & drawings with many components identified and some justification for use. Some references.Adequate UI design & drawings with some components identified and some justification for use. Few references.Poor or inadequate UI design & drawings with few components identified and little or no justification for use. No references.Design justificationClear statement of design related to user requirements. Clear statement of design related to design principles. Full set of references.Detailed statement of design related to user requirements. Detailed statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesThorough statement of design related to user requirements. Thorough statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesAdequate statement of design related to user requirements. Adequate statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesIncomplete or irrelevant statement of design related to user requirements. No referencesDesign appropriatenessComprehensive discussion of identified UI changes with clear illustration of how the changes will improve the UI. ReferencesDetailed discussion of identified UI changes with some illustration of how the changes will improve the UIReferencesThorough discussion of identified UI changes with detailed discussion of how the changes will improve the UIReferencesAdequate discussion of identified UI changes with some discussion of how the changes will improve the UINo referencesIncomplete or inadequate discussion of some UI changes with no clear illustration of how the changes will improve the UIPresentation, grammar and spelling(-5 marks)Marks will be deducted for poor presentation, spelling and grammar mistakes.Note please follow the given report format in Subject Outline for this assessmentAPA referencing(-5 marks)Marks will be deducted for not providing / following the proper APA style referencing.Note that the guide for APA referencing is provided in the Resource section of Interact site .PresentationSection A:Write an executive summary of your system in no more than 150 words on a separate page.Section B:Describe your application and its operation. If you have made assumptions, indicate them here. Justify every item that you have introduced in your design in a logical and well-presented manner. An example is that you may put the drawing at the top of the page and state your explanation below. Justify any of the above concepts that you have introduced here as well.Example: Typefaces used are Helvetica 16 points because…You should also indicate which theories, principles and guidelines you used in creating the concept of your application design.This assignment must be produced in Microsoft Word format. Diagrams and drawings may be made in any format, but must be inserted into the appropriate page of the assignment document. Diagrams that are supplied as separate files will NOT be marked.You must also include your references in APA format, as per Faculty requirements, on the last page.RequirementsOnline submission via Turnitin is required for this assignment.For this assessment you are required to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6

TaskYou will need to justify every item that you choose to p

TaskYou will need to justify every item that you choose to put into this design. The concept it relates to must be clearly identified and explained. You may wish to draw reference from appropriate literature.Among the many concepts you may consider are:colour and sectionslayout of the screen’help function’ or assistance pagesorder in which the information is presenteduse of iconsuse of input device (eg. keyboard or specific keys)overall layoutstandards employedYou may wish to refer to Shneidermann’s Eight Golden Rules of Interface Design (p.88-89) as a guide.All diagrams, screen layouts, etc., should be drawn using the Pencil application and imported into the design document.Design drawings are NOT to be submitted separately.Case Scenario & Instructions: A local shop keeper who deals with selling books to the local community wants to automate some functions of his shop. The customers currently pay at the counter that is operated by a teller operator. The shop keeper expects you to design a mobile app. The mobile app should allow the customers to view book categories and the selected books to purchase.The book shop app also offers discounts for regular customers, discounts for bulk purchases and much more. You have been commissioned to design this mobile app and search facility for the new online presence of the book shop. Initially the system will be run on few Android phones that are placed at the entrance of the book shop. That is, they wish to pilot this aspect first and have it in the controlled environment of their current, physical store. If that works effectively, then they will expand that service to a full web-based service and also add other functionality that is currently outside the scope of this pilot system, such as online sales.You can make up a selection of your choice with a variety of books. The customer is expected to make his/her choices and find where in the book shop the book can be found, or if not available, how long it will take to order it in. The system is linked directly to the customer database, so that if the customer enters their ID, whatever discounts they are entitled to will automatically be taken into account in the price displayed. Although payments is outside the scope of the pilot, correct pricing information does need to be displayed, but payments have to be made at the counter in the store.Your design focus is on providing the application screen design and layout function for the purchaser. You do not have to worry about the accounting system for the book shop. There will be no human assistance available at the kiosk when it is fully deployed.Your task is to design an application to run on an automated mobile app that allows customers to search for and order book items as quickly as possible. You may assume that the Android phone will consist primarily of a screen that users will interact with. You may assume that the book shop has capacity for up to 250 customers on three floors of the same building and therefore several Android phones will be operated simultaneously.You may make any other assumptions not stated here but you must state them in Section B of your assignment. You will need to provide drawings of the interface design for your system. Drawings can be rough sketches, but must clearly show all components of your design. Do not use any existing book shop name, trademarks or pictures. In addition to the drawings which provide one interface to the system you may recommend other input and output devices. For example will you use voice input/output, a touch screen etc.? Think carefully about the system, the tasks, what they do and how your customers might interact. Who are the clients/users? What do you feel should be the usability goals? How can you develop an interface that meets these usability goals for these customers? Are there any constraints to the development of the interface?The following aspects are out of scope for this assignment:Payment considerations;Electrical, network and other technical specifications of the kiosk;RationaleThis assignment covers the second four learning outcomes of this subject:Designing the interface of information systems both stand alone and web based.Designing online support.Evaluation – the relevance and different types of evaluation.Experience in usability testing.Marking criteriaCriteriaMarksExecutive Summary – accurate summary of design20Concept and Diagramso Clear drawing(s) of interfaceo All components clearly identifiedo Justification for useo References to academic/practitioner literature to support argument30Design justificationo Design related to user requirementso Design related back to principles & guidelineso References to academic/practitioner literature to support argument30Appropriateness of Design – How the design meets user requirements20Deduct marks for poor presentation, spelling and grammar-5Deduct marks for poor or no referencing to APA standard-5QuestionHDDICRPSFLExecutive SummaryComprehensive description of the major points of the designDetailed description of the major points of the designThorough description of the major points of the designAdequate description of the major points of the designIncomplete or irrelevant description of the major points of the designDesign concept & drawingsExcellent UI design & drawings with all components identified and excellent justification for use. Full set of references.Clear UI design & drawings with most components identified and clear justification for use. Set of references.Good UI design & drawings with many components identified and some justification for use. Some references.Adequate UI design & drawings with some components identified and some justification for use. Few references.Poor or inadequate UI design & drawings with few components identified and little or no justification for use. No references.Design justificationClear statement of design related to user requirements. Clear statement of design related to design principles. Full set of references.Detailed statement of design related to user requirements. Detailed statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesThorough statement of design related to user requirements. Thorough statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesAdequate statement of design related to user requirements. Adequate statement of design related to design principles. ReferencesIncomplete or irrelevant statement of design related to user requirements. No referencesDesign appropriatenessComprehensive discussion of identified UI changes with clear illustration of how the changes will improve the UI. ReferencesDetailed discussion of identified UI changes with some illustration of how the changes will improve the UIReferencesThorough discussion of identified UI changes with detailed discussion of how the changes will improve the UIReferencesAdequate discussion of identified UI changes with some discussion of how the changes will improve the UINo referencesIncomplete or inadequate discussion of some UI changes with no clear illustration of how the changes will improve the UIPresentation, grammar and spelling(-5 marks)Marks will be deducted for poor presentation, spelling and grammar mistakes.Note please follow the given report format in Subject Outline for this assessmentAPA referencing(-5 marks)Marks will be deducted for not providing / following the proper APA style referencing.Note that the guide for APA referencing is provided in the Resource section of Interact site .PresentationSection A:Write an executive summary of your system in no more than 150 words on a separate page.Section B:Describe your application and its operation. If you have made assumptions, indicate them here. Justify every item that you have introduced in your design in a logical and well-presented manner. An example is that you may put the drawing at the top of the page and state your explanation below. Justify any of the above concepts that you have introduced here as well.Example: Typefaces used are Helvetica 16 points because…You should also indicate which theories, principles and guidelines you used in creating the concept of your application design.This assignment must be produced in Microsoft Word format. Diagrams and drawings may be made in any format, but must be inserted into the appropriate page of the assignment document. Diagrams that are supplied as separate files will NOT be marked.You must also include your references in APA format, as per Faculty requirements, on the last page.RequirementsOnline submission via Turnitin is required for this assignment.For this assessment you are required to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6