ART OF HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN, THE
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ART OF HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN, THE

'The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design' is an extraordinary work in the field of human-computer interaction. With never-before-published pieces by more than fifty of the major thinkers and explorers in the field, this book provides an intriguing look at some of the most exciting developments in interface design. Readers will discover the newest technologies such as cyberspace, animation, multimedia, and speech recognition and will explore the philosophical and psychological background to creating effective interfaces. The first section of The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design , "Creativity and Design," offers insight into general interface issues. The "Users and Contexts" section details the experiences of a variety of users and designers, providing invaluable input for interface designers. The "Sermons" sections is a collection of thought-provoking pieces by some of the people whose work and points of view have deeply influenced human-computer interaction--Donald Norman, Nicholas Negroponte, Ted Nelson, Alan Kay, Jean-Louis Gassee, Timothy Leary, and Ben Shneiderman. The fourth section, "New Directions," looks at some of the ideas and theories that are on the frontiers of human-computer interface design. A treasury of ideas and opinions from leading thinkers in the computer industry, 'The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design' delves into the strategies, reasoning, and future direction of human-computer interaction and the overall relationship between computers and people.
Editora: ADDISON WESLEY
ISBN: 0201517973
ISBN13: 9780201517972
Edição: 1ª Edição - 1990
Número de Páginas: 544
Acabamento: PAPERBACK
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