The User Interface: Concepts & Design

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Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Computers - 353 pages
Covering a broad range of interface design issues, this book includes dynamic systems, interactive systems, building user models, computer models, dialogues and direct manipulation, graphics and animation, and the goals of the user interface designer. It also contains exercises with solutions and open-ended exercises supported with guidelines and illustrations. The book introduces some of the key ideas in User Interface Design, extending them into the field of Computer-Human Interface Design.

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Design
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Interactive systems
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