User Interface Design: A Structured Approach
Solidly founded on 25 years of research and teaching, the author integrates the salient features of the subdisciplines of computer science into a comprehensive conceptual framework for the design of human-computer interfaces. He combines definitions, models, taxonomies, structures, and techniques with extensive references and citations to provide professors and students of all levels with a text and practical reference.
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DEFINITIONS AND DEPENDENCIES
PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AREAS
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A-factors action adaptive interface application software capabilities Chapter command components computer graphics computer science consistent context CSCW decision schematics defined Definition dependent design decision design factors design features design principles design process devices discussed display domain dynamic effective enable entities evaluation example expected expert system Function goal graph graphics hardware HCI design high-level human human-computer interaction hypertext illustrated implementation implied indicated input integrated interaction language interaction techniques interface design interface software interface system involved knowledge lightpen lower-level mental model menu methodology mode modular modules N-CHIME nodes objects options output particular pattern preferences prototype relevant represent representation scenario screen Section selected software architecture software engineering specific Step structure style subset Table target user task plans tion Treu types UNIX user model user-oriented user-visible user's utilized visual widgets window