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Designing interactive systems : people, activities, contexts, technologies

Author: David Benyon; Phil Turner; Susan Turner
Publisher: Harlow, England ; New York : Addison-Wesley, 2005.
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"This book is highly suitable for those studying HCI as part of a course in Software Engineering, Computer Science or similar subjects, and ideal for Human Computer Interaction students and professionals needing to know more about this field."--BOOK JACKET.
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Benyon, David.
Designing interactive systems.
Harlow, England ; New York : Addison-Wesley, 2005
(OCoLC)645866931
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Benyon; Phil Turner; Susan Turner
ISBN: 0321116291 9780321116291
OCLC Number: 56686618
Description: xxxv, 789 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Designing interactive systems : a fusion of skills --
2. People, activities, contexts and technologies : a framework for designing interactive systems --
3. Principles and practice of interactive systems design --
4. The home information centre (HIC) 1 : a case study in designing interactive systems --
5. Understanding people 1 : an introduction to cognitive psychology --
6. Technology 1 : supporting single user interaction --
7. Understanding people 2 : embodied, situated and distributed cognition --
8. Scenarios --
9. Requirements --
10. Envisionment --
11. Prototyping --
12. Evaluation --
13. Conceptual and physical design --
14. The home information centre (HIC) 2 : development and evaluation --
15. Memory, attention and making mistakes --
16. Hearing and haptics --
17. Affective computing and pleasure --
18. Contextual design 1 : the contextual interview and work modelling --
19. Contextual design 2 : from models to design --
20. Task analysis --
21. Further evaluation 1 : generic techniques and current issues --
22. Further evaluation 2 : special contexts --
23. Information architecture --
24. Information design --
25. Navigation of information space --
26. Agent-based interaction --
27. Ubiquitous computing and distributed information --
28. CSCW 1 : supporting communication --
29. CSCW 2 : understanding cooperative working --
30. CSCW 3 : technology to support cooperation.
Responsibility: David Benyon, Phil Turner, and Susan Turner.

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"This book is highly suitable for those studying HCI as part of a course in Software Engineering, Computer Science or similar subjects, and ideal for Human Computer Interaction students and professionals needing to know more about this field."--BOOK JACKET.

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