The nature, concepts and construction of user interfaces for software systems are investigated in this book. The scope spans: developing user interfaces based on knowledge of system and user behavior; developing frameworks for reasoning about interactive systems; developing engineering models for user interfaces. These areas are considered within chapters divided as follows: User Interface Management Systems; Design Space; User Studies; Adaptability; Multimodality; Applications; Design Guidelines. It is hoped that through the consolidation of contributions from specialists with wide-ranging experience, the book will prove an essential reference tool for students and will stimulate further research from those involved in the computer science field.Proceedings of the IFIP TC2/WG2.7 Working Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction, Ellivuori, Finland, 10-14 August 1992 James A. ... The problem with eventual honesty is that the user must know to look for the change.
|Title||:||Engineering for Human-computer Interaction|
|Author||:||James A. Larson, Claus Unger|