Designing Interactive Systems

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Designing Interactive Systems

Author : David Benyon
ISBN : 0321116291
Genre : Computers
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Designing Interactive Systems: People, Activities, Contexts, Technologies is an exciting, new, forward-looking textbook in Human Computer Interaction (HCI). Authoritative in its coverage, this innovative book takes a top-down approach, starting with what is familiar to students and working down to theory/abstract underpinnings. This makes it suitable for beginners with a less technical background as well as advanced students of HCI and can be used at all stages of the curriculum for courses in this dynamic field. The book focuses on and explores this emerging discipline by bringing together the best practice and experience from HCI and interaction design (ID). The approach takes traditional human-centred concepts from HCI, but recognizes that we have gone beyond computers and are concerned with designing engaging interactions between people and a wide range of devices, products and systems. New areas explored include information appliances, supported cooperation and ubiquitous computing and systems.
Category: Computers

Designing Interactive Systems

Author : David Benyon
ISBN : 1447920112
Genre : Human-computer interaction
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The authors in this work focus on and explore human computer interaction (HCI) by bringing together the best practice and experience from HCI and interaction design.
Category: Human-computer interaction

The Humane Interface

Author : Jef Raskin
ISBN : 0201379376
Genre : Computers
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Cognetics and the locus of attention - Meanings, modes, monotony, and myths - Quantification - Unification - Navigation and other aspects of humane interfaces - Interface issues outside the user interface.
Category: Computers

Conference Proceedings

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ISBN : UOM:39015058330674
Genre : Computer software
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Category: Computer software

Dis 2004

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ISBN : 1581132190
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Dis 2020

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ISBN : 145036974X
Genre : Computer science
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Category: Computer science

Dis2000

Author : Wendy Anne Kellogg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029479503
Genre : Computer software
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Category: Computer software

Dis 2019

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ISBN : 1450358500
Genre : Computer science
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Dis2000

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ISBN : OCLC:841890879
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Acm Sigchi

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ISBN : 1581135157
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Dis 18

Author : Dis
ISBN : 1450361463
Genre : Computers
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We are pleased to welcome Designing Interactive Systems DIS 2018 to Hong Kong. DIS 2018 is the first of its kind in two ways. It is in Asia for the first time. It is also in an art and design school for the first time. The theme of the conference is Design and Diversity. The theme reflects a classic design theme - and also a foundational distinction in philosophy - of universals and particulars. Should we, as designers, follow Silicon Valley in its quest for products that engage everyone on the planet, or the architect Glenn Murcutt's conviction that he can only build in places he knows so well that his designs can be outstanding? The underlying logic of this question divides designers and design disciplines and emerges in every design process. This theme operated as a guiding tool for selecting our four keynotes, professors Jodi Forlizzi, Kun-pyo Lee, Phoebe Sengers and Erik Stolterman. During their years in design, they have lived through its diversities. We were happy that they accepted the challenge to share their experiences and thoughts about diversity to the benefit of our community. The theme was also our tool for directing the DIS community into the future. A few years from now, we hope, we will start to see answers to the challenges our keynotes are posing to us. The nucleus of the conference organization were two chairs and three technical chairs. This small group invited sixteen Subcommittee Chairs, three Pictorials chairs, and two chairs each for Workshops, Provocations and Work-in-Progress, Doctoral Consortium, and Demos. These chairs recruited 100 Associate Chairs, who recruited 1818 reviewers. Our review and decision schedule was brutal, but the organization worked through it efficiently, always with humor, and with collegial respect. DIS 2018 received 645 submissions: 405 for full papers and notes submissions; 71 for pictorials; 23 for workshops submissions; 107 for Provocations and Work-in-Progress (out of these, 19 were Provocations); 20 for Doctoral Consortium Submissions; and 19 for Demos. Acceptance rates were: 23% for papers and notes, 24% Pictorials, 55% for Workshops, 73% for Demos, 53% for PWiPs, and 50% for Doctoral Consortium. All this work led into a highly competitive conference between 9-13 June. June 9-10 were reserved for Workshops and Doctoral Consortium, and June 11-13 for 28 paper sessions. Pictorials are not in separate sessions; they are treated the same way as Full Papers. The 11th of June became an Experience Night of Demos, PWiPs, and a small design exhibition, which illuminated interaction design in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. As extra, we organized a postconference trip to a few technology companies in Shenzhen, China.
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Dis 2016

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ISBN : 1450345972
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Designing Interactive Multimedia Systems

Author : Mohammad Dastbaz
ISBN : 0077098633
Genre : Interactive multimedia
File Size : 81.80 MB
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This work provides both a theoretical background and practical guidelines in the area of design and developments of interactive multimedia systems. It consists of examples and sample case studies taking the reader through the design and development process steps. The theoretical backbone of the book includes discussion of HCI, particularly user interface design, and other related issues such as usability engineering. The practical issues it looks at include: media integration issues; hypermedia design models; multimedia authoring tools, and the design and development process. The book also includes demo versions of authoring tools and galleries of developed products to give the student insight into what is possible through multimedia.
Category: Interactive multimedia