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Human Computer Interation – HCI 201

In oder to supplying the better references to students, lecturers and researchers; FPT Library and Information Center delighted to inform you about the subject guide for this subject: Human Computer Interation.

Main book

Interaction design: beyond human-computer interaction,  2nd ed.


Call number: 004/.019 S531

Authors:  Helen Sharp, Yvonne Rogers, Jenny Preece

Publisher: Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2007. – xxvi, 773 p.: ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm

ISBN: 9780470018668

Library code: FSE (05  + 05 photo )

Call number: 004/.019 S531

Accomplished authors, Preece, Rogers and Sharp, have written a key new textbook on this core subject area. Interaction Design deals with a broad scope of issues, topics and paradigms that has traditionally been the scope of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Interaction Design (ID). The book covers psychological and social aspects of users, interaction styles, user requirements, design approaches, usability and evaluation, traditional and future interface paradigms and the role of theory in informing design. The topics will be grounded in the design process and the aim is to present relevant issues in an integrated and coherent way, rather than assembling a collection of chapters on individual HCI topics.

Reference books

Interaction design: Beyond human-computer interaction, 3rd ed


Authors: Helen Sharrp, Yvonne Rogers, Jenny Preece

Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley, 2011. – xv, 585 p.: ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.

ISBN: 9780470665763 / 0470665769

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 004.019 S531

The leading book on human-computer interaction, now completely updated Offering a process-oriented approach to human-computer interaction, this updated resource is an ideal starting point for learning the interdisciplinary skills needed for interaction design, human-computer interaction, information design, web design, and ubiquitous computing. The team of authors brings their vast expertise to the pages as they go beyond simply showing you the principles that apply to interaction design, but also explaining how these principles can be applied. * Boasts completely updated content on interaction design, human-computer interaction, information design, web design, and more* Includes coverage on the latest technologies and devices such as social networking, Web 2.0 , and mobile devices* Develops and updates all featured case studies, examples, and questions to illustrate technical, social, and ethical issues you may face* Explains the various principles of interaction design and how to apply them* Places special emphasis on how to design interactive products that enhance and extend the way people communicate, interact, and work Featuring a full-color design throughout, this new edition is commendably adaptable for both computer science and non-computer science users.

Human-computer interaction [1st]


Call number: 004.019 S642

Authors: Serengul Smith-Atakan

Publisher: London: Thomson Learning, 2006. – xiv, 204 p.: ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.

ISBN: 1844804542 / 9781844804542

Library code: FSE (20)

Library code: FSB (19)

Call number: 004.019 S642

Human-Computer Interaction is becoming ever more important as a means of achieving competitive IT product designs. A growing field of employment for IT graduates and others, HCI helps students to focus upon how best to design interactive systems that are productive and pleasurable to use. Looking at both good and bad designs, they will soon appreciate how crucial it is that systems be built with an eye on their intended use. Providing concise yet full coverage for a one semester course, the examples and activities are efficient exam preparation tools for computing students on an introductory HCI course. Developed with support from Middlesex University Press and Global Campus.

Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human-computer interaction,  5th ed.


Call number: 004.019 S558

Authors: Ben Shneiderman

Publisher: Addition – Wesley, 2010. – 624p. ; 23cm.

ISBN: 9780321601483

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 004.019 S558

The much-anticipated fifth edition of Designing the User Interface provides a comprehensive, authoritative introduction to the dynamic field of human-computer interaction (HCI). Students and professionals learn practical principles and guidelines needed to develop high quality interface designs–ones that users can understand, predict, and control. It covers theoretical foundations, and design processes such as expert reviews and usability testing. Numerous examples of direct manipulation, menu selection, and form fill-in give readers0an understanding of excellence in design The new edition provides updates on current HCI topics with balanced emphasis on mobile devices, Web, and desktop platforms. It addresses the profound changes brought by user-generated content of text, photo, music, and video and the raised expectations for compelling user experiences.

Reference ebooks (Books24x7) –>

Human Computer Interaction Research in Web Design and Evaluation


Authors: Panayiotis Zaphiris and Sri Kurniawan (eds)

Publisher: IGI Global © 2007 (332 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9781599042466

“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.

Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction


Authors:  Claude Ghaoui (ed)

Publisher: IGI Global © 2006 (780 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9781591405627

Human Computer Interaction attracts innovation and creativity because of its multi-disciplinary nature, in computing and IT research and development. For the last 25 years or so, it inspired new solutions, specially, for the benefit of the user as a human being, making the user the focal point which technology should serve rather than the other way round. The Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction covers a wide range of HCI related topics, which cover various aspects such as: background information, basic concepts, review articles, challenges, case studies, new advances and inventions, different applications, and real life experiences stressing on lessons learnt, advantages and disadvantages, and HCI in and for every day life (which does not necessarily include technology).

Understanding Mobile Human-Computer Interaction


Author: Steve Love

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann © 2005 (216 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780750663526

Taking a psychological perspective, this book examines the role of Human-Computer Interaction in the field of Information Systems research. The introductory section of the book covers the basic tenets of the HCI discipline, including how it developed and an overview of the various academic disciplines that contribute to HCI research. The second part of the book focuses on the application of HCI to Information Systems research, and reviews ways in which HCI techniques, methodologies and other research components have been used to date in the IS field. The third section of the book looks at the research areas where HCI has not yet been fully exploited in relation to IS, such as broadening user groups and user acceptance of technology. The final section of the book comprises of a set of guidelines for students to follow when undertaking an HCI based research project. It offers a comprehensive insight into the social shaping of technology. It includes in depth analysis of HCI issues relating to mobile devices. It provides guidelines, technical tips and an overview of relevant data analysis techniques to help students develop their own research projects.

Usability Engineering: Scenario-Based Development of Human-Computer Interaction


Author:  Mary Beth Rosson and John M. Carroll

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers © 2002 (422 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9781558607125

You don’t need to be convinced. You know that usability is key to the success of any interactive system-from commercial software to B2B Web sites to handheld devices. But you need skills to make usability part of your product development equation. How will you assess your users’ needs and preferences? How will you design effective solutions that are grounded in users’ current practices? How will you evaluate and refine these designs to ensure a quality product? “Usability Engineering: Scenario-Based Development of Human-Computer Interaction” is a radical departure from traditional books that emphasize theory and address experts. This book focuses on the realities of product development, showing how user interaction scenarios can make usability practices an integral part of interactive system development. As you’ll learn, usability engineering is not the application of inflexible rules; it’s a process of analysis, prototyping, and problem solving in which you evaluate tradeoffs, make reasoned decisions, and maximize the overall value of your product. It is written by prominent HCI educators who understand how to teach usability practices to students and professional developers. It includes key features such as: interleaving HCI theory and concepts with a running case study demonstrating their application; gradually elaborating the case study to introduce increasingly sophisticated usability engineering techniques; analyzing usability issues in realistic scenarios that describe existing or envisioned systems from the perspective of one or more users; emphasizing the real world of usability engineering-a world in which tradeoffs must be weighed and difficult decisions made to achieve desired results; and, including a companion Web site which provides additional case studies in a multimedia format, along with a Java application for creating and editing scenarios. This site also provides instructors with sample syllabi, lecture slides and notes, in-class exercises, solutions to textbook exercises, additional project ideas, and links to other HCI resources.

Human Computer Interaction: Issues and Challenges


Author:  Qiyang Chen

Publisher: IGI Publishing © 2001 (256 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9781878289919

As humans increasingly relate to and rely on interactions with computer systems, researchers, designers, managers and users continuously develop desires to understand the current situations and future development of Human Computer Interactions (HCIs). Human Computer Interaction: Issues and Challenges focuses on the multi-disciplinary subject of HCI, which impacts areas such as information technology, computer science, psychology, library science, education, business and management, human factors, industrial engineering and ergonomics. This book reflects the primary issues regarding human computer interactive systems, by emphasizing effective design, use and evaluation of such systems.

Human Computer Interaction Development and Management


Author:  Tonya Barrier (ed)

Publisher: IGI Publishing © 2002 (319 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9781931777131

Organizations today realize that information systems must be managed. Management can no longer continue to introduce components into information systems without studying the effectiveness, feasibility and efficiency of the individual componentsof an information system. The “latest, greatest and most powerful component is the one for our organization” perspective is no longer blindly accepted. This volume contains contemporary research concerning IS evolution in organizations, including not only hardware, software, data, information and networks, but also people. Integration of these key components is paramount to the success of organizations today.

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