Human Factors in Information Systems: The relationship between user interface design and human performance
Jane M. Carey
Ablex Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 254 pages
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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