Did anything surprise you?

Recall that you work as a freelance UX/UI Designer to offer clients wireframe designs that are based on UX/UI fundamentals and both Android and Apple UI guidelines. Previously you were approached with three user stories from different clients’ mobile app design requests and you selected one of the following to design for (or proposed an alternate option). CHOOSE ANY TOPIC YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH
As a healthy food consumer, I want to use my phone to scan the barcode of a food product and see a graphic of all its ingredients. The graphic will rank how healthy the ingredients are for my body, illustrated in categories of red (unhealthy), yellow (neutral), and green (healthy), so that I can make healthy shopping decisions for my family.
As a concerned family member, I want to receive a notification if my relative, who has dementia, walks more than 1,000 steps from home or leaves the stove on for more than 60 minutes so that I can check on their safety.
As a grower, I want to view a dashboard that informs me of the moisture content and nitrogen level in the soil at each of my trees so that I can easily target water use and track nitrogen levels.
You have already explored the goals of the project, researched to better understand how other mobile apps have achieved similar UI/UX functions, conducted interviews with potential users for your app, and developed user personas based on your target audience.
Now you are ready to develop a paper prototype of your mobile app UI design. Remember to use the Module Three resources as you work, particularly the guidelines for Android and Apple design because of how they set consistent industry standards for UI/UX design (regardless of the type of system you are using). Once the prototype is complete, you will conduct a second round of interviews that use your paper prototype as the primary topic of discussion.
Prompt
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Create a paper prototype that addresses the goals of your mobile app. Create a sketch, on paper, for at least three screens of your mobile app. You can use simple lines and boxes for buttons; this sketch does not need to be perfect but should convey the meaning of your design. Include the features that are required by your client. Base your creation of them on the ideas you developed after you held your original interviews and created user personas. Think about the following as you work:
Will users start engaging with the app through a log-in screen and then move to a custom set of user information? Or will users start elsewhere and log in later?
What happens when a button is pressed?
Where is the information going to be pulled from?
Each screen should have its own sheet of paper and should be in the size and orientation of the device to be used (mobile). Be consistent and intentional in your use of color in the paper prototyping phase; use it to identify elements across the screens, such as interactive buttons, for instance.
Describe the purpose and features of each screen. Your writing can be simple but it should contain enough comprehensive information that anyone picking up the provided explanation can understand the intent of your design. Be sure to explain any interactive elements, as these may be more challenging to comprehend based only on a static image.
Conduct follow-up interviews that encourage interaction with the paper prototype. Interview two potential customers again and allow them to interact with and critique your paper sketch of the mobile app design. These interviews should last half an hour or less, with the entire focus being on the user’s interaction with the paper prototype. You can ask fewer questions than during the first round of interviews, but you should pay careful attention to how the customer works through your prototype. Ask them to explain their thought process as they model completing a task with the prototype so you will have insight into the way your users think and operate. In your notes from these interviews, be sure to capture the following:
The interview setting and process, including where it occurred, how long it lasted, what instructions you gave to participants, and how you collected information
The tasks users completed with the prototype and how successful they were
Any challenges your users faced when modeling an interaction with the prototype
Additional observations your users offered when interacting with the prototype
Any changes you would make to additional follow-up interviews
Explain the updates you will make to your prototype as a result of the interviews. Think about the responses you received during the interview process. Did anything surprise you? What feedback from your users did you find most valuable? Outline the changes you plan to make to the mobile app design and how the feedback you received will shape those changes.
Guidelines for Submission
Submit your written work as a 1–2 page, double-spaced Microsoft Word document. Also be sure to submit photos of your paper prototype along with your interview notes.

Do you think they would deploy such uncontrolled malware again?

Please listen to https://darknetdiaries.com/episode/54/ and answer the following questions as a text entry to the assignment.
Please title each section of your response with Question 1, Question 2 or Question 3 (do not re-post the actual question in the response).
1- Why do you think a user’s password is stored in cleartext in memory in a Windows OS, not encrypted like when stored on the hard disk?
2- Do you think Russia knew that the ransomware would spread across the world? Do you think they cared? Do you think they would deploy such uncontrolled malware again?
3- If you were the CTO of Maersk, what could you have done to protect against this zero-day exploit?
Comments from Customer
Discipline: CYBERSECURITY

Have a good weekend!

Good Morning!
• Make a list (names and full addresses) of the biggest address forwarding companies
o These companies offer an address for you to have mail sent to. They give you a suite number that is specific to your business. Very similar to a PO Box
• Make a list (names and full addresses) of the biggest hoteling suite companies
o e.g., https://www.hotdesk.io/
o These companies let you come and use their offices for meetings or just office space.
This entails researching online these types of companies and getting their names and the addresses the use (street numbers, street names, any suite numbers, city, state and zip code). Please start by getting at least 5 address forwarding companies and 5 hoteling suite companies.
I hope will help us develop “two new features” for data analytics purposes.
Let me know if you have any questions about this. Thanks!
Have a good weekend!
Thank you,
Nikki
Rubric:
1. Please provide the result of the assignment
2. How did you performed this assignment.
3. Please provide me with all the details from scratch to understand the layman level to complete the assignment.
4. Please provide me the list of the sources you used for this assignment.
5. Define or provide me two new features based on the assignment
6. Please provide me strong conclusion based on the assignment.

Proper execution of apa formatting:

Instructions
Submit your professional reflection essay. Attached are some of the papers for the writer to read and work on this paper. More instructions attached. Please read the instructions very carefully so you write the paper right.
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Please pay attention. Proper Execution of APA Formatting:
=> All sources should be properly cited. This includes a properly formatted references list and the inclusion of in-text citations
=> See Purdue OWL or your APA Publication Manual for more details.

Describe in their own words some interesting aspects of current trends in information technology that have been observed in the last five years and their impact in the society.

Title: Current Trends in Information Technology
describe in their own words some interesting aspects of Current Trends in Information Technology that have been observed in the last FIVE years and their impact in the society. Your assignment should be organized into separate sections and headings as described below:
Introduction – Explain what this assignment is about and what are the different topics included in it.
Software – Write about five different software applications of interest (including at least ONE specialized software application)
Hardware – Write about any five modern IT products or hardware devices made or developed in the last five years only.
Social media – Write about any three popular social media platforms and ethical issues related to their use.
Cyber-crimes and cyber laws – Describe any incident of a cyber-crime
Comments from Customer
Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy vocabulary (or shortly, use simple English).

Is it possible to receive this manner of assignment from this service again?

For this class, I have to use power bi to create and update a continuous project. Each week we will add to the existing file based on the requirements. The uploaded example was provided to me by this service back in Jan/2022 due to the assignment not being able to be delivered in a standard power bi format file( strange BI error at the time). Tho after some time the service was successful in the correct format delivery. Is it possible to receive this manner of assignment from this service again?

Identify which of the three (if any) you would select to perform the work.

Making an informed procurement decision is an important responsibility for an information technology (IT) project manager. In this exercise, you will compare and discuss the strengths and weaknesses in the responses of three potential vendors to a request for quote (RFQ) issued by Massive Solutions International (MSI). This is a continuation of the MSI Data Center relocation scenario. To budget for the relocation, MSI has asked three vendors to provide quotes for specific tasks to be accomplished in an RFQ. Review the RFQ information and specifications as well as the responses from the three vendors.
The section below provides the RFQ questions and task specifications provided to the vendor to use when creating their quotes.
How long has the company been in business?
Has the company performed work of this nature before?
Will the vendor use subcontractors to perform the work?
Do employees have a security bond?
Task 1: Analyze new data center facilities to determine if power; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); and communications resources are sufficient to support the level of operations being planned.
Task 2: Prepare 225 physical servers for shipment from the existing location to the new data center.
Task 3: Prepare new help-desk organization to support new data center operations at both tier-1 and tier-2 levels.
Task 4: Analyze to determine if physical security processes and procedures are adequate to provide safe and secure operation of the facility.
Click here for the responses from the three vendors. Your task is to complete the attached bid comparison form template using the information provided by each of the vendors. Click here for the bid comparison form template. Fill out this form, and use it as a part of your analysis of the three vendors to determine your choice of the best vendor to select for this work.
Your analysis should be subjective and evaluate all aspects of the data you collect as well as the write-ups provided by each of the vendors. Remember to apply the methods and processes discussed in the lesson and textbook. Use the following guidelines as you complete the Analysis, Choice of Vendor, and Justification section at the bottom of the template.
Discuss your evaluation process of the three proposals.
Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the three proposals.
Identify which of the three (if any) you would select to perform the work.
Justify your selection.
Your completed template should be at least three pages in length, not counting the references page. The Analysis, Choice of Vendor, and Justification section must be at least one and a half of the three pages. You are required to use at least your textbook for the assignment. You must cite and reference your textbook and any other sources used in APA style.
Textbook Citation:
Goetsch, D. L. (2014). Project Management for Engineering and Technology. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780132817523/

Identify which of the three (if any) you would select to perform the work.

Making an informed procurement decision is an important responsibility for an information technology (IT) project manager. In this exercise, you will compare and discuss the strengths and weaknesses in the responses of three potential vendors to a request for quote (RFQ) issued by Massive Solutions International (MSI). This is a continuation of the MSI Data Center relocation scenario. To budget for the relocation, MSI has asked three vendors to provide quotes for specific tasks to be accomplished in an RFQ. Review the RFQ information and specifications as well as the responses from the three vendors.
The section below provides the RFQ questions and task specifications provided to the vendor to use when creating their quotes.
How long has the company been in business?
Has the company performed work of this nature before?
Will the vendor use subcontractors to perform the work?
Do employees have a security bond?
Task 1: Analyze new data center facilities to determine if power; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); and communications resources are sufficient to support the level of operations being planned.
Task 2: Prepare 225 physical servers for shipment from the existing location to the new data center.
Task 3: Prepare new help-desk organization to support new data center operations at both tier-1 and tier-2 levels.
Task 4: Analyze to determine if physical security processes and procedures are adequate to provide safe and secure operation of the facility.
Click here for the responses from the three vendors. Your task is to complete the attached bid comparison form template using the information provided by each of the vendors. Click here for the bid comparison form template. Fill out this form, and use it as a part of your analysis of the three vendors to determine your choice of the best vendor to select for this work.
Your analysis should be subjective and evaluate all aspects of the data you collect as well as the write-ups provided by each of the vendors. Remember to apply the methods and processes discussed in the lesson and textbook. Use the following guidelines as you complete the Analysis, Choice of Vendor, and Justification section at the bottom of the template.
Discuss your evaluation process of the three proposals.
Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the three proposals.
Identify which of the three (if any) you would select to perform the work.
Justify your selection.
Your completed template should be at least three pages in length, not counting the references page. The Analysis, Choice of Vendor, and Justification section must be at least one and a half of the three pages. You are required to use at least your textbook for the assignment. You must cite and reference your textbook and any other sources used in APA style.
Textbook Citation:
Goetsch, D. L. (2014). Project Management for Engineering and Technology. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780132817523/