Relationship Between User Interface Design and Human Performance
This study of the interaction among people, computers and their work environment outlines information systems and work environments that help make people more productive and satisfied with their work life. It is centred around the relationships between user interface design and human performance.
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Page 4 - ... class of activities and users. In these cases, knowledge of the tradeoffs allows the designer to choose intelligently, knowing exactly what benefits and limits the system design will provide. Finally, the analyses show that some design decisions are heavily affected by technology, others are not. Thus, answers to design questions are heavily context dependent, being affected by the classes of users for whom the system is intended, the types of applications being performed, which stages of user...