Handbook of Human Factors in Web Design

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Appropriate for academics, professionals, and students in the areas of human factors, human-computer interaction, computer science, cognitive psychology and web design, Robert Proctor and Kim Vu provide the definitive handbook for human factors in web design.
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Overview

Appropriate for academics, professionals, and students in the areas of human factors, human-computer interaction, computer science, cognitive psychology and web design, Robert Proctor and Kim Vu provide the definitive handbook for human factors in web design.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805846119
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 11/19/2004
  • Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics Series
  • Pages: 737
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I Background and overview 1
1 Historical overview of human factors and ergonomics 3
2 A brief history of computers and the Internet 13
3 Human-computer interaction and Web design 28
Pt. II Human factors and ergonomics 49
4 Physical ergonomics and the Web 51
5 Cognitive ergonomics 70
6 Human factors aspects of team cognition 90
Pt. III Content preparation for the Web 105
7 Presentation of information 107
8 Multimodal user interfaces : designing media for the auditory and the tactile channel 134
9 Applications of concept maps to Web design and Web work 156
10 Organization and structure of information using semantic Web technologies 176
Pt. IV Search engines and interface agents 191
11 User search strategies and search engine interface design 193
12 Interactive information agents and interfaces 211
Pt. V Universal access 237
13 A design code of practice for universal access : methods and techniques 239
14 Developing adaptive interfaces for the Web 251
15 Access to Web content by those operating under constrained conditions 267
16 Cross-cultural Web design 284
Pt. VI Web usability engineering 301
17 Understanding users : some qualitative and quantitative methods 303
18 Evaluating Web usability 321
19 A design process for Web usability 338
20 JIET design process framework : usable design processes for Web-based e-business applications 357
Pt. VII Task analysis, ecological interface design, and performance modeling 383
21 Task analysis for the design of Web applications 385
22 Searching for meaning in complex databases : an ecological perspective 408
23 User modeling 424
Pt. VIII Specific Web applications in academic settings 439
24 Educational uses of the Internet and the Web 441
25 Distance education 454
26 Behavioral research and data collection via the Internet 471
Pt. IX Specific Web applications in industrial settings 493
27 Web-based programs and applications for business 495
28 Designing e-commerce user interfaces 514
29 Intranets and intraorganizational communication 528
30 Web-based collaboration 551
Pt. X Web psychology and information security 571
31 Key psychological factors that affect uptake and use of Web-based services 573
32 Consumers : the theoretical foundations of online behavior 595
33 Web security and privacy 613
Pt. XI Emerging technologies and applications 627
34 Wireless communication 629
35 Augmented reality in Internet applications 647
36 The emergence of e-health in health care 658
Pt. XII Return on investment and state of the art usability guidelines for the Web 677
37 Determining the value of human factors in Web design 679
38 State of the art of Web usability guidelines 688
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