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If you ask someone outside the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) field about usability, many will mention the "classic" discount methods popularized by Jakob Nielsen and others. Discount methods have the appeal of seeming easy to do, and, more importantly for business, being inexpensive. This is...
The following abstracts are from recent issues and the forthcoming issue of ACM's Transactions o f Computer Human Interaction (ToCHI). They are included here to alert interactions' readers to what research is being done in the field of Computer Human Interaction. The complete papers, when...
How many times have we been asked to evaluate a client's Web site or software application for usability? All the design guidelines and standards we have at hand, all the usability tests we conduct, do not ensure that the client will accept our verdict or our recommendations. Larry Marine...
"These notes reveal the intimate tie in Leonardo's thinking between… phenomena in general and the need to put such information to practical use." --- A. Richard Turner, Inventing Leonardo , 1994, p 184
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