Human Computer Interaction Research in Web Design and Evaluation
Panayiotis Zaphiris, Sri Kurniawan
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2007 - Computers - 319 pages
Human Computer Interaction Research in Web Design and Evaluation presents research from academics and industry experts, covering various aspects of human computer interaction (HCI) Web design from theories to evaluation. This book highlights the use of methods from the HCI area in Web design, and how these methods can be used in a practical sense. Human Computer Interaction Research in Web Design and Evaluation is a comprehensive book on HCI and Web design that focuses on various areas of research including theories, analysis, design, and evaluation. This book not only features the human aspect of Web design, but also highlights the social and cultural issues in designing for a wider audience.
How Users View Web Pages An Exploration of Cognitive and Perceptual Mechanisms
A Qualitative Study in Users InformationSeeking Behaviors on Web Sites A UserCentered Approach to Web Site Development
Understanding the Nature of task Analysis in Web Design
From Behavior to Design Answering the Questions of Who and What to Build HumanCentered Products and Information Systems
Design Methods for Experience Design
Walkthroughs in Web Usability Cognitive Activity and Heuristic Walkthrough
UserCentered Evaluation of Personalized Web Site Whats Unique?
Remote Usability Evaluation of Web Interfaces
Modelling Interactive Behaviour with a Rational Cognitive Architecture
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