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Title: Designing for Human-Computer Interaction: some rules and their derivation
Authors: Hill, David
Keywords: Human computer interface, information processing systems
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2012
Abstract: There has been an explosion of interest in the human computer interface. For a variety of reasons, mainly economic, companies are searching for better ways for people to interact with information processing systems. One problem has been a lack of awareness amongst those most likely to benefit from careful interface design, and innovative interfaces, of the real issues and benefits. Even computer experts can reap rewards from improvements in the human computer interface (“programming environments”). Programmers are computer users as well. After considering the design process, in the context of human computer interaction, the paper goes on to spell out major principles for the Interface designers, providing a detailed statement of what is involved in applying the principles, and how these arise on the basis of our knowledge of people and machines. The last section provides an informal discussion of some of the issues and steps involved in designing human-computer interfaces.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/49099
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