Human-Computer Interaction: Concepts And Design (ICS) Hardcover – 11 May 1994
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The most comprehensive guide available on the rapidly-expanding field of HCI, this book illustrates the powerful benefits of a user-centred approach to the design of modern computer systems. Taking the reader through all the issues of HCI, this text shows, through a wealth of examples, how HCI helps in the design of more efficient and usable systems.
About the Author
Jenny Preece is the Chair of the Information Systems Department at the University of Maryland, USA. Prior to this she was a Senior Lecturer at the Open University, chaired the course team which produced this book and the Open University's distance learning course on HCI. She has published over 40 articles in the field, and is actively involved in HCI curriculum development with the British Computer Society, IFIP and ACM.
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The most useful feature of the book - apart from the plethora of varied opinions and information on new HCI technology - has to be that it has been written in English. Simple, honest-to-goodness plain English. Thank you!
If you are a teacher, software engineer, hobbyist or designer, I defy you to find a better laid out, organised or presented resource.