CMIS 270: Exam 3

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  • create an interface that is easy to learn/use

  • enhance user productivity

  • provide feedback to user actions

  • create an attractive layout/design

  • enhance the interface

  • focus on data entry screens

  • covered in input/validation

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  • create an interface that is easy to learn/use

  • enhance user productivity

  • provide feedback to user actions

  • create an attractive layout/design

  • enhance the interface

  • focus on data entry screens

  • covered in input/validation

screen design guidelines

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  • login

  • navigation

  • data input

  • report generation

purpose of screen design

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screen design

are the areas of the system where users can enter, update, and/or delete data

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report design

are views of the data formatted for a specific use

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  • create a unique site identity and strive for consistency

  • natural eye movement

  • white space

  • margins

  • zones

layout guideline

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  • default values

  • range control

  • picture control

  • null value control

data integrity control

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default value

value a field assumes unless explicit value is entered

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range control

allow limited set of permissible values

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picture control

pattern of codes that restricts the width and possible values of each position in a field

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null value control

Special value indicating that the value for a field is missing or unknown

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  • content

  • repetition

  • alignment

  • proximity

CRAP

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content

should be meaningful

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repetition

navigation

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alignment

of text boxes and aligned to the business process

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proximity

don't want users to move all around the screen to enter data, fields should be close to each other

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data input

screens; putting data IN; used for inputting data to your database

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data output

report; viewing/retrieving data FROM; used to retrieve data from your database

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SDLC stage 1 deliverable

Process Identification and selection -List of projects to be undertaken

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SDLC Stage 2 deliverable

Process Initialization & Planning -Scope Statement, Project Schedule plan

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SDLC Stage 3 deliverable

Analysis -Description of Solution (not detailed)

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SDLC Stage 4 deliverable

Logical Design -Samples of Screen shots, reports, websites to be created

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SDLC Stage 5 deliverable

Physical Design -Data dictionary

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SDLC Stage 6 deliverable

Implementation -User manuals, actual code, test plans, user documentation, system documentation

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SDLC Stage 7 deliverable

Maintenance -Documentation of fixes and troubleshooting

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Agile Step 1

Market: Talk to customers

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Agile Step 2

Analysis: requirements, user stories

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Agile Step 3

Prioritize: Product owner

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Agile Step 4

Estimate and Plan: come up with a team of planners

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Agile Step 5

DO: Create code: 8 days

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Agile Step 6

Demo

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Agile Step 7

Retrospective

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  • fixed costs

  • fixed time

  • fixed scope

in SDLC the triple constraints are

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  • fixed costs

  • fixed time

  • est. scope

in Agile the triple constraints are

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-In SDLC, quality is affected by time, budget, and scope -In Agile, scope is affected by time, budget, and quality.

Between the triple constraints for SDLC model and the Agile Manifesto, which of the following statements is/are TRUE?

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2-4 weeks

how long is a typical sprint?

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less about a set way of doing things

Agile primary philosophy

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SCRUM

knowt flashcard image
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business value/impact

In an agile environment, which of the following is used to prioritize tasks?

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Maintaining consistent standards, allowing shortcuts, and accelerator keys

Enhancing user productivity is the rationale for

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false

Agile project teams are responsible for prioritizing which user stories will be completed in each sprint

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noun phrases

How are data flow lines labeled?

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true

A data flow diagram is referred to as an I-P-O model because every process inside of an information system requires data input and data output

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card, conversation, confirmation

In relationship to user stories, what are the 3 Cs?

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logical design

Functional, business related specifications of all system elements including how the system will look to the end user is developed in which stage of the SDLC?

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User ID and passwords

What is the most common technique for managing user access to information systems?

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