How do you design engaging applications that people love to use? This book demonstrates several ways to include valuable input from potential clients and customers throughout the process. With practical guidelines and insights from his own experience, author Travis Lowdermilk shows you how usability and user-centered design will dramatically change the way people interact with your application.
Lecture "Chapter 14: Designing the user interface" provides students with the knowledge: Identifying and classifying inputs and outputs, traditional and OO approaches to inputs and outputs, user versus system interface, aspects of the user interface, user centered design, metaphors for human computer interaction,... Invite you to consult.
This document provides design and configuration guidance for site and server load balancing, Secure
Sockets Layer (SSL)- offload and WAN optimization in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment
when it is deployed into a Cisco multisite data center architecture. An overview of the various Microsoft
Exchange Server 2007 roles and operations will be given to provide the reader some context as to how
the application environment is impacted in a multisite data center design.
Are you a solo web designer or part of a small team itching to build interesting projects with Drupal? This hands-on book provides the tools and techniques to get you going. Award-winning designer Dani Nordin guides you through site planning, teaches you how to create solid, user-centered design for the Drupal framework, and shows you tricks for using real, honest-to-goodness, developer Ninja Magick.
Learning objectives in chapter chapter 14: Understand the difference between user interfaces and system interfaces, explain why the user interface is the system to the users, discuss the importance of the three principles of user-centered design,...
This chapter presents the following content: User-centered design, characteristics of users, the basics of user interface design, usability principles, evaluating user interfaces, implementing a simple GUI in Java, difficulties and risks in user-centered design.
Chapter 8 – User interface design. Chapter 8 highlights output and report design, the interaction between humans and computers, including usability issues, graphical screen design, input issues, and data entry guidelines.
The data center is home to the computational power, storage, and applications necessary to support an enterprise business. The data center infrastructure is central to the IT architecture, from which all content is sourced or passes through. Proper planning of the data center infrastructure design is critical, and
performance, resiliency, and scalability need to be carefully considered.
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This Solution Reference Network Design (SRND) provides a description of the design issues related to
optimizing server and application environments. Server farms are built to provide a highly available,
scalable infrastructure that on which applications ru . As enterprises grow, so do their application needs
which implies that more and more expenditures are allotted for additional application-specific softwar
and server requirements. This increase in bottom line expenses heightens the sensitivity to overall retur
Cisco Data Center Infrastructure Design Guide 2.1 Release Notes. This Release Note highlights the changes in Versions 1, 2 and 2.1 of this guide, and describes the
hardware and software components that have been validated for each version.
What is Included in this DG Release?
This design guide (DG) provides guidelines for designing and building the data center switching
Table 1 lists the technologies used in the data center infrastructure design documented in version 2 of
this design guide. This table provides a quick glance of the topics and lists the timeframe (current or
future) of documentation availability for each technology.
This document provides system-level best practices and design guidance for the Cisco Unified Contact
Center Express (Unified CCX), Release 6.0. With proper planning, design, and implementation, Unified
CCX provides a reliable and flexible voice processing and contact center solution for the enterprise. This design guide is intended for the system architects, designers, engineers, and Cisco channel partners who want to apply best design practices for Unified CCX.
Tham khảo sách 'data center networking: integrating security, load balancing, and ssl services using service modules', công nghệ thông tin, quản trị mạng phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả
The book has an Online Learning Center with several powerful components: MATLAB for Machine Design (featuring highly visual MATLAB simulations and accompanying source code); the "FEPC" finite element program, with accompanying Finite Element Primer and FEM Tutorials; interactive FE Exam questions for Machine Design; and Machine Design Tutorials for study of key concepts from Parts I and II of the text. Complete Problem Solutions and PowerPoint slides of bookillustrations are available for instructors, under password protection.
This publication provides solution guidelines for enterprises implementing Data Centers with Cisco
devices. The intended audiences for this design guide include network architects, network managers, and
others concerned with the implementation of secure Data Center solutions, including:
• Cisco sales and support engineers
• Cisco partners
• Cisco customers
This design guide addresses implementing IPmc in a QoS-enabled IPsec VPN WAN for both site-to-site
and small office/home office (SOHO).
This design guide is the fourth in a series of Voice and Video Enabled IPsec VPN (V3PN) design guides
hat are available under the general link http://ww.cisco.com/go/srnd, which also contains many useful
design guides on QoS, IPmc, and WAN architectures:
• Voice and Video Enabled IPsec VPN (V3PN) Design Guide
• Enterprise Class Teleworker: V3PN for Teleworkers Design Guide
• IPsec VPN Redundancy and Load Sharing Design Guide...
This design guide is intended for the system architects, engineers, and Cisco channel partners who want
to apply best design practices for Cisco IPCC Express.
This design guide assumes that the reader is already familiar with the following concepts:
• Cisco CallManager Administration
• Cisco IPCC Express and Cisco IP IVR administration
• General system requirements and network design guidelines available from your local Cisco
Systems Engineer (SE)