The Art of Human-computer Interface Design
Brenda Laurel, S. Joy Mountford
Addison-Wesley, Jan 1, 1990 - Computers - 523 pages
"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.
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agents Alan Kay animation Apple Computer applications auditory icons Brenda Laurel chapter character cognitive color commands communication complex concepts context conversation create cyberspace database DataGlove department managers desktop desktop metaphor developed discipline display Don Norman electronic mail example Figure functionality gesture Gorilla Foundation graphic designer groupware hardware human human-computer human-computer interface HyperCard hypertext icons ideas industrial design input devices interaction interface design interface metaphors keyboard Koko look machine Macintosh interface manipulation medium menu metaphor mouse multimedia multiple natural language objects operator personal computer pidgin problem prototype representation screen simulation sound speech recognition structure task techniques television things understand user interface user testing user's virtual environment visual voice window word