Applied HCI Principles and Jakob Neilson’s 6th Heuristic
The Jakob Nielson’s 6th heuristic states that make objects, actions, and options visible. The user should not have to remember information from one part of the dialogue to another. Instructions for use of the system should be visible or easily retrievable whenever appropriate (Nielsen, J. 1995). The Jakob Nielson’s 6th heuristic, recognition rather than recall, lessens the user's memory load by creating objects, actions, and options visible. With the incorporation of the Jakob Nielson’s 6th heuristic rule, the user would not have to remember information from a part of the dialogue to the other. Instructional commands for use of a system should be visible or effortlessly retrievable whenever…show more content… The Apple Health app gives you an easy-to-read dashboard of your health and fitness data. In addition, with HealthKit, users can make all the unbelievable health and fitness apps on your device work together, and work harder, for the user. Thus app contains a plethora of information such as body measurements and vitals which can be saved to a day, weekly, monthly, and yearly report. The graphic user interface (GUI) is
With the HealthKit, users can create their apps even more valuable by allowing them to access your health data. Users can choose what information they want to share. An example of sharing your information can permitting the data from your blood pressure app to be automatically shared with your primary care manager (PCM). Also, you can allow your nutrition app to communicate your fitness apps on how many calories you consume each day.