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Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction Paperback – 21 Jan 2002

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  • Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (21 Jan. 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0471492787
  • ISBN-13: 978-0471492788
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 2 x 23.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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"A near definitive guide which covers not only HCI but also the issues which effect and are affected by human computer interaction." (M2 Communications, 7 June 2002)

"...an excellent foundation for teaching interaction design, and a good text for self–study in the skills involved. I cannot recommend it too highly..." (AISB Quarterly, Summer 2002) 

consists of a wide range of issues that go beyond the traditional scope of human–computer interaction useful to students research and development people will find stimulating ideas on the potential of the web and of wireless and collaborative technologies   (Computer Bulletin, September 2002)

useful and usable by multidisciplinary teams    (Human / Computer Interaction Bibliography, September 2002)

the practicing professional will get a lot from this supported by an innovative web site   (Atlantic Systems Guild, September 2002)

" a must–read unique, inspiriring " (SIGHCI Newsletter)



"A near definitive guide which covers not only HCI but also the issues which effect and are affected by human computer interaction." (M2 Communications, 7 June 2002)

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"The best basis around for user–centered interaction design, bothas a primer for students as an introduction to the field, and as aresource for research practitioners to fall back on. It should belabelled ′start here′."
Pieter Jan Stappers, ID–StudioLab, Delft Universityof Technology

In the field of Interaction Design one book stands out, a bookthat has established itself at the core of the field. With this newedition, the authors have successfully strengthened that position.The new structure and content makes the book highly relevant andneeded in the field. Anyone who wants to learn about the basics ofinteraction design should make this book their first stop!"
Erik Stolterman, Ph.D., Indiana University, USA

This new edition of Interaction Design is a welcome and timelysupport for those of us teaching and researching in the field. Itfills in the gaps that were emerging in the first edition as newinteractive technologies become available and older ones change somuch. I value this text for the way it is so grounded in realexamples and actual human practices, and for its strong designfocus. It is a most useful and usable book.
Dr Toni Robertson, Interaction Design and WorkPractice Lab, University of Technology, Sydney

"The first edition of Interaction Design has been my textbook of choice for general HCI courses at both undergraduate andMasters level for several years. It is authoritative, eminentlyreadable and thought–provoking for students. It achieves a goodbalance between the human, computing and design aspects of thesubject. The second edition strengthens the treatment of datagathering and analysis and approaches to evaluation, and introducesa welcome focus on affective aspects of interaction, reflectingrecent research developments in the discipline. I am lookingforward to working with this new edition."
Ann Blandford, Director of UCL Interaction Centre andProfessor of Human Computer Interaction

"An exceptional book that helps bring design thinking and ahuman perspective to the conceptualization and development oftechnology–based products and systems."
Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher, MicrosoftResearch

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A bit dated now, but still very useful.
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This was a book that was on my reading list at Uni. I am really pleased I purchased this book (there is a new edition out). Its very useful guide to HCI and not only assisting my in my HCI module but in my dissertation to give me a good grounding to Usability principles.
Recommended if you are interested in this field, also look at Jakob Nielsen's HCI book range.
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I'm glad that I decided to buy this book because not only did it helped me to pass my interaction design exam but it has really interesting information and I think this will be a book that I'll be using a lot during the next few years. I guess that it is mostly helpful for beginners like me because I don't know yet how much of it is applicable in the conception of commercial products but nevertheless I think that this book may be some sort of interaction design "bible" that we should keep nearby.
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There is an equal balance of the psycology behind computer interaction, and pratctical insight.
The book covers a broad area witthin the relm of computer arts, web production, and multimedia.
A real asset i've found, to degree level study.
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Good book for designer students and designers alike. It is recommended reading for the University course I am attending, and therefore I was expecting it to be heavy reading. It is not and it uses non academia language which makes it stand out from others. Can highly recommend this book as a read.
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