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User interface is the medium through which a user connects with software or hardware. A user interface or a UI is designed to make the system do what the human wants and more often it is presented through visual and audile information. UI acts more like a translator between human actions and the processes to be done. The motive of this interaction is to initiate behavior of the devices from a more human centric view, and at the same time feedback suggestions back to the human being and rationalize the decision capability of them.

User interface are typically integrated with hardware of software or vice versa. To navigate software, hardware is required and hardware requires software. TV remotes and digital cameras are best examples of such user interfaces. Regardless of the application, the user interface’s prime focus is to ease the interaction between the human beings and the systems for automation.

This interaction between human beings and the machines exists in five different types:

  • Command Line Interface

  • Graphical User Interface

  • Menu Driven

  • Form Based

  • Natural Language

The significance of a User Interface is related to its user experience. The user interface is designed in such a way to produce the desired results with minimal efforts. Many interfaces allow interactions to take place in a much uncomplicated way, multiple touch gestures in an ATM machine and Siri in IPhone are the best examples. A substantial technology with a weak user interface has very little value. Hence any interaction which allows interaction between human beings and system with minimum knowledge of language is comprehensive and widely acceptable.

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