July 21, 2004

Last page

Here's page 8.

Posted by mill1621 at 1:50 PM

Printing

Do we want to print the instruction set in color?
Probably right?

I can print them out, if this is alright with eveyone else?

Tell me what you think?


-Dave

Posted by enge0385 at 1:32 PM

Final instructions

The whole file is too big to upload. Here's the first 4 pages. Here's page 5. Here's page 6. Here's page 7. Just print them out separately and put them together. If the user testing gets posted, print that out and just attach it to the back. Sorry I can't make it tonight.

Posted by mill1621 at 1:03 PM

Team

Sorry I was gone on Monday...Is there anything I can do before tonight to get our instruction paper ready?

-Dave

Posted by enge0385 at 12:24 PM

July 20, 2004

User testing

Hey eveyone I wrote one full page on user testing. It seems it is not posted. Perhaps something is not right. I did emailed it to Clancy and asked her to post it. I'm sure it should be posted shortly.--Sohaila

Posted by rahi0004 at 11:11 PM

July 19, 2004

Revised Instruction Draft on 7/18

Download file

Posted by cheu0056 at 2:16 AM

July 18, 2004

Editting/user testing revision

Hey everyone, everything seems to be in an appropriate process. I believe that I have to assist you in some part of writing if you want me too, so I can be also helpful to you. Please let me know on monday since the due date is on wednsday. perhaps the user testing revision and editting, needs to be worked on yet. We will discuss it further on Monday night--Sohaila

Posted by rahi0004 at 2:10 PM

July 14, 2004

More work on diagrams

Here's the second draft of the diagrams. It's pretty big, but it should look a little nicer than the last one.

Posted by mill1621 at 11:22 PM

Link for other class

Download file


pay not attention to this document, this is for another class

-Dave

Posted by enge0385 at 8:43 PM

Instruction set revised on 7/14

Download file

Posted by cheu0056 at 8:41 PM

Camera description

Download file

Posted by enge0385 at 8:41 PM

July 12, 2004

instruction set

Download file

Posted by yuan0042 at 8:21 PM

July 11, 2004

Diagrams

Here is my first draft of the Lego diagrams. You can look at it in Adobe Illustrator or as a JPEG.

Posted by mill1621 at 9:40 PM

Task Analysis

Hi, everyone!
I had parts of the task analysis done. There are few questions that I don't know how to answer. Please leave your ideas, I will make the changes. We could also discuss during class on Mon.

Task Analysis


1.What tools, materials, and background does the user need to accomplish the task?
The tools are necessary for this project: The provided specific Lego piece
and instructions.

2.What must a user be able to do in order to accomplish the instructions or the processes? What special skills are necessary? What preparatory steps are required?
The user must be able to understand the visual instructions, along with the basic skills to construct figures. The user needs to follow directions and steps in order, also consults with the provided figures. The only required preparatory step is to read and understand the instruction before working on the project. .

3.What steps and substeps are needed to accomplish the activity?
The user needs to follow the instructions and steps in order, while also consulting with figures that are provided

4.In what order will the tasks be performed?
The users should follow the instructions, in the following order to perform the project: Step 1. Base
Step 2: Assemble Camera Body
Step 3: Assemble Viewfinder
Step 4: Construct Lens (Opyi-Zoom)
Step 5: Assemble Camera Bottons
Step 6: Flash
Step 7: Add Strap

5.In what circumstances will the user be working?
For optimal working conditions, user must perform the activity on a hard, flat surface, and under proper lighting.

6.Are there alternative ways that a user might proceed?
No. The user must follow the instructions and consult with the figures.

7.What warnings and cautions are necessary?
Warning: small pieces may cause danger to children under 3 years old.
Caution: To avoid damaging the camera, DO NOT use the camera beyond 100 meters.

8.What can go wrong—and how can users get out of trouble if something does go wrong?
User maybe confused during the process of building from the instructions. If this happens, the user should consult the visual figures that are provided. Also, pieces may become detached during the building process, the user should be patient and reattach the pieces.

9.How much time will typically be needed to accomplish each task and subtask?
The average time that is needed for the user to complete building Aquarshot ranges from 5 to 10 minutes.

Posted by yuan0042 at 5:26 PM

July 9, 2004

no subject


I forgot to sign my name on my previous post (regarding introduction).
Sohaila

Posted by rahi0004 at 11:42 PM

Regarding the intro...!


I like to know what part I am responsible for? Dave just let me know please, if you write the introduction, and I assist in oyher parts.

Have a nice weekend everyone.

Posted by rahi0004 at 11:23 PM

July 7, 2004

Camera assembly!


Hi everyone,

Hope you all had a nice 4th of July. As far as our project is concerned, I 've designed a medium-sized camera along with a page including the following:

* Product information;
* Necessary tools, and
* Instruction.

See you all in class tomarrow.

Posted by rahi0004 at 1:00 AM

July 5, 2004

Just checking in...

HOw is everyone doing? any questions for me?
-DAve

Posted by enge0385 at 5:44 PM

July 2, 2004

Hey~

Everyone! It's gonna be a long weekend before seeing u guys next Wed in class. We could start posting any ideas and questions for the project.
Sohaila, please let us know if u have any problems when u work on the Legos.

Hope you all have a great weekend! See u guys next week. ^^

Posted by yuan0042 at 12:27 PM