Examining a range of HCI topics while emphasizing design methods, this work is divided into three main parts: foundations, covering the basic psychology and computer technology; design practice, which offers a range of products; and advanced topics, suitable for MSc and new researchers.
Extensively revised and rewritten in light of recent advances, this best-selling text is a comprehensive examination of human-computer interaction. The central focus of this exciting revision is the design of computer technology, and how computer technology can be made more usable by people. It provides a multi-disciplinary approach to the subject through a synthesis of computer science, cognitive science, psychology, and sociology, and stresses a principled approach to interactive systems design that fits a software engineering environment.
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I. FOUNDATIONS. 1. The Human. 2. The Computer. 3. The Interaction. II. DESIGN PRACTICE. 4. Usability paradigms and Principles. 5. The Design Process. 6. Models of the User in Design. 7. Task Analysis. 8. Dialogue Notations and Design. 9. Models of the System. 10. Implementation Support. 11. Evaluation Techniques. 12. Help and Documentation. III. APPLICATION AREAS. Groupware. CSCW and Social Issues. Multi-sensory Systems. References.
Human Computer Interaction by Alan Dix
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