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May 13, 2004 9:19 am re: Does Bio metrics, hand writing recognition fall under usability?
Amit Deshpande
Yes, they do. Usability encompasses all areas, even the simplest of computing tasks and avenues and try to make them more accessible and still simpler for the user to comprehend. The major interest is to create an unobtrusive Human Computer Interface for the user. For example, we should also consider enthographical and sociological differences that can be implemented. As an instance, a bucket on a button could mean "water", but if we have to reproduce the same for a person in a rural setup of aboriginal Indian village (just an idea), we need to use a stronger metaphor like the "Ghada" or "Mataka"(Pot), which will definitely put our idea accross.

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Amit Deshpande
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> Rahul Baji wrote: > Hi All, > >This is my first post to the group. > >I have a friend who hates to type on the keyboard. >She is a fantastic doctor, but a novice computer user. > >That really set me thinking. >She could use a stylus based input device and she could "write" on to the computer rather than "type" on to it. > >Extending this further, she could "login" to an application using a bio-metric device. she just has to place her finger on to the device and the user is "authenticated" > >Do these ideas fall under usablity? > >Any comments from the experts? > >Regards, >Rahul > > >

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