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Offering the most comprehensive account of the multidisciplinary field of HCI, this book illustrates the powerful benefits of a user-oriented approach to the design of modern computer systems. It balances the technical and cognitive issues required for understanding the subtle interplay between people and computers, particularly in emerging fields like multimedia, virtual Offering the most comprehensive account of the multidisciplinary field of HCI, this book illustrates the powerful benefits of a user-oriented approach to the design of modern computer systems. It balances the technical and cognitive issues required for understanding the subtle interplay between people and computers, particularly in emerging fields like multimedia, virtual environments and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). A unique feature is the inclusion of interviews with many leading authorities in HCI, providing personal insight into their work and conveying the excitement of current research activity: Deborah Hix, Roy Kalawsky, Marilyn Mantei, Tom Moran, Donald Norman, Brian Shackel, Ben Shneiderman, Bill Verplank, and Terry Winograd. Human-Computer Interaction is flexibly structured to allow a variety of learning paths for students in computer science, engineering, psychology and cognitive science. Programmers and system designers will appreciate its emphasis on the design of interactive systems.


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Offering the most comprehensive account of the multidisciplinary field of HCI, this book illustrates the powerful benefits of a user-oriented approach to the design of modern computer systems. It balances the technical and cognitive issues required for understanding the subtle interplay between people and computers, particularly in emerging fields like multimedia, virtual Offering the most comprehensive account of the multidisciplinary field of HCI, this book illustrates the powerful benefits of a user-oriented approach to the design of modern computer systems. It balances the technical and cognitive issues required for understanding the subtle interplay between people and computers, particularly in emerging fields like multimedia, virtual environments and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). A unique feature is the inclusion of interviews with many leading authorities in HCI, providing personal insight into their work and conveying the excitement of current research activity: Deborah Hix, Roy Kalawsky, Marilyn Mantei, Tom Moran, Donald Norman, Brian Shackel, Ben Shneiderman, Bill Verplank, and Terry Winograd. Human-Computer Interaction is flexibly structured to allow a variety of learning paths for students in computer science, engineering, psychology and cognitive science. Programmers and system designers will appreciate its emphasis on the design of interactive systems.

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    É um dos clássicos de Interacção Humano Computador e um texto que proporciona uma introdução ao uso de interfaces digitais em sistemas de computador. Algo datado tendo em atenção o fenómeno da World Wide Web e, mais recentemente, dos dispositivos e aplicações móveis. Apesar deste reparo, um texto ainda útil e que existindo em biblioteca vale bem a pena explorar.

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