Generally, the goal of user interface design is to produce a user interface which makes it easy (self-explanatory), efficient, and enjoyable (user-friendly) to operate a machine in the way which produces the desired result. This generally means that the operator needs to provide minimal input to achieve the desired output, and also that the machine minimizes undesired outputs to the human.

With the increased use of personal computers and the relative decline in societal awareness of heavy machinery, [ clarification needed ] the term user interface is generally assumed to mean the graphical user interface , while industrial control panel and machinery control design discussions more commonly refer to human-machine interfaces.

Other terms for user interface are man–machine interface ( MMI ) and when the machine in question is a computer human–computer interface .

In computing , an interface is a shared boundary across which two or more separate components of a computer system exchange information. The exchange can be between software , computer hardware , peripheral devices, humans and combinations of these. Some computer hardware devices, such as a touchscreen , can both send and receive data through the interface, while others such as a mouse or microphone may only provide an interface to send data to a given system. [1]

A software interface may refer to a wide range of different types of interface at different "levels": an operating system may interface with pieces of hardware. Applications or programs running on the operating system may need to interact via streams , and in object oriented programs , objects within an application may need to interact via methods .

A key principle of design is to prohibit access to all resources by default, allowing access only through well-defined entry points, i.e. interfaces. [3] Software interfaces provide access to computer resources (such as memory, CPU, storage, etc.) of the underlying computer system; direct access (i.e. not through well designed interfaces) to such resources by software can have major ramifications—sometimes disastrous ones—for functionality and stability.

Generally, the goal of user interface design is to produce a user interface which makes it easy (self-explanatory), efficient, and enjoyable (user-friendly) to operate a machine in the way which produces the desired result. This generally means that the operator needs to provide minimal input to achieve the desired output, and also that the machine minimizes undesired outputs to the human.

With the increased use of personal computers and the relative decline in societal awareness of heavy machinery, [ clarification needed ] the term user interface is generally assumed to mean the graphical user interface , while industrial control panel and machinery control design discussions more commonly refer to human-machine interfaces.

Other terms for user interface are man–machine interface ( MMI ) and when the machine in question is a computer human–computer interface .

In computing , an interface is a shared boundary across which two or more separate components of a computer system exchange information. The exchange can be between software , computer hardware , peripheral devices, humans and combinations of these. Some computer hardware devices, such as a touchscreen , can both send and receive data through the interface, while others such as a mouse or microphone may only provide an interface to send data to a given system. [1]

A software interface may refer to a wide range of different types of interface at different "levels": an operating system may interface with pieces of hardware. Applications or programs running on the operating system may need to interact via streams , and in object oriented programs , objects within an application may need to interact via methods .

A key principle of design is to prohibit access to all resources by default, allowing access only through well-defined entry points, i.e. interfaces. [3] Software interfaces provide access to computer resources (such as memory, CPU, storage, etc.) of the underlying computer system; direct access (i.e. not through well designed interfaces) to such resources by software can have major ramifications—sometimes disastrous ones—for functionality and stability.

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New Labour's national childcare and family support strategies have been aimed at improving mothers' labour market participation and children's future educational achievements. As such, they constitute a key component of the child poverty agenda. HM Treasury has assumed a pivotal role in furthering the strategies' objectives. This article explores whether the mixed market economy selected as the vehicle to deliver childcare and family support provision, promotes separate markets for the poor and the better off, while hindering the achievement of child poverty strategy outcomes.

Blessings Chinsinga , « The Interface between Tradition and Modernity », Civilisations , 54 | 2006, 255-274.

Blessings Chinsinga , « The Interface between Tradition and Modernity », Civilisations [En ligne], 54 | 2006, mis en ligne le 01 avril 2009, consulté le 26 janvier 2018. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/civilisations/498 ; DOI : 10.4000/civilisations.498

Generally, the goal of user interface design is to produce a user interface which makes it easy (self-explanatory), efficient, and enjoyable (user-friendly) to operate a machine in the way which produces the desired result. This generally means that the operator needs to provide minimal input to achieve the desired output, and also that the machine minimizes undesired outputs to the human.

With the increased use of personal computers and the relative decline in societal awareness of heavy machinery, [ clarification needed ] the term user interface is generally assumed to mean the graphical user interface , while industrial control panel and machinery control design discussions more commonly refer to human-machine interfaces.

Other terms for user interface are man–machine interface ( MMI ) and when the machine in question is a computer human–computer interface .

In computing , an interface is a shared boundary across which two or more separate components of a computer system exchange information. The exchange can be between software , computer hardware , peripheral devices, humans and combinations of these. Some computer hardware devices, such as a touchscreen , can both send and receive data through the interface, while others such as a mouse or microphone may only provide an interface to send data to a given system. [1]

A software interface may refer to a wide range of different types of interface at different "levels": an operating system may interface with pieces of hardware. Applications or programs running on the operating system may need to interact via streams , and in object oriented programs , objects within an application may need to interact via methods .

A key principle of design is to prohibit access to all resources by default, allowing access only through well-defined entry points, i.e. interfaces. [3] Software interfaces provide access to computer resources (such as memory, CPU, storage, etc.) of the underlying computer system; direct access (i.e. not through well designed interfaces) to such resources by software can have major ramifications—sometimes disastrous ones—for functionality and stability.

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New Labour's national childcare and family support strategies have been aimed at improving mothers' labour market participation and children's future educational achievements. As such, they constitute a key component of the child poverty agenda. HM Treasury has assumed a pivotal role in furthering the strategies' objectives. This article explores whether the mixed market economy selected as the vehicle to deliver childcare and family support provision, promotes separate markets for the poor and the better off, while hindering the achievement of child poverty strategy outcomes.

Generally, the goal of user interface design is to produce a user interface which makes it easy (self-explanatory), efficient, and enjoyable (user-friendly) to operate a machine in the way which produces the desired result. This generally means that the operator needs to provide minimal input to achieve the desired output, and also that the machine minimizes undesired outputs to the human.

With the increased use of personal computers and the relative decline in societal awareness of heavy machinery, [ clarification needed ] the term user interface is generally assumed to mean the graphical user interface , while industrial control panel and machinery control design discussions more commonly refer to human-machine interfaces.

Other terms for user interface are man–machine interface ( MMI ) and when the machine in question is a computer human–computer interface .

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