Despite being a fairly old technology, menu-driven interfaces are very common in user interface design. Menu-driven interfaces consist of a series of screens
which are navigated by choosing options from lists.
Write a four- to five-page paper in which you:
Evaluate the user dialog strategies used by a menu-driven interface.
Determine why menu-driven interfaces continue to be popular in the modern computing age.
Suggest at least three strategies for making menu-driven interfaces visually appealing in the modern computing environment.
Suggest alternatives for menu-driven interface design and explain how these alternatives can be designed to eventually replace all menu-driven interfaces.