Human-Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Applications / Edition 2

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Overview

Exploring the evolution in how people use and work with technology, the second edition of The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook captures the most important scientific and technical know-how in the field of HCI. It provides an updated, comprehensive overview of important research in the field, including insights directly applicable throughout the process of developing effective interactive information technologies. It features cutting-edge advances to the scientific knowledge base and visionary perspectives and developments that will fundamentally transform the way in which researchers and practitioners view the discipline.

As the seminal volume of HCI research and practice, the second editionfeatures contributions from a selection of eminent professionals in the field worldwide. It stands alone as the most essential resource available on the market. This edition of the volume thoroughly covers issues of accessibility and diversity, such as aging, literacy, hearing, vision, physical disabilities, and children. Additional topics addressed are sensor based interactions; tangible interfaces; augmented cognition; cognition under stress; ubiquitous and wearable computing; privacy and security.

With contributions from over 130 researchers and professionals, over 5,500 references, 400 figures, and 100 tables, the book provides a wealth of data and a fresh perspective on the field. New topics and authors ensure the revision contains new information and insights, the latest in research and practice, while retaining its reputation for presenting authoritative information in an accessible manner.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805858709
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 8/17/2007
  • Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics Series , #35
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1384
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 2.70 (d)

Table of Contents

A Moving Target: The Evolution of HCI, J. Grudin
Humans in HCI
Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some Implications for HCI, T. Welch, R. Chua, D. Weeks, and D. Goodman
Human Information Processing: An Overview for Human-Computer Interaction, R. Proctor and K.-P. Vu
Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction, S. Payne
Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction, S. Brave and C. Nass
Cognitive Architecture, M. Byrne Task Loading and Stress in Human-Computer Interaction: Theoretical Frameworks and Mitigation Strategies, J.L. Szalma and P. Hancock
Motivating, Influencing, and Persuading Users, B.J. Fogg, G. Cuellar, and D. Danielson
Human Error Identification in Human Computer Interaction, N. Stanton
Computers in HCI
Input Technologies and Techniques, K. Hinckley
Sensor/Recognition-Based Input for Techniques, A. Wilson
Visual Displays, H. Luczak, C. Schlick, M. Ziefle, and M. Park
Haptic Interface, H. Iwata
Non-speech Auditory Output, S. Brewster
Network-Based Interaction, A. Dix
User-Centered Interdisciplinary Design of Wearable Computers, T. Starner, D. Siewiorek, and A.S. Mailagic
Design of Computer Workstations, M.J. Smith, P. Carayon, and W.J. Cohen
Designing Human-Computer Interactions
Visual Design, P. Re and S. Watzman
Global/Intercultural User-Interface Design, A. Marcus
Conversational Interfaces and Technologies, C.-M. Karat, J. Vergo, D. Nahamoo, J. Lai, and N. Yankelovich
Multimedia User Interface Design, A. Sutcliffe
Multimodal Interfaces, S. Oviatt
Adaptive Interfaces and Agents, A. Jameson
Mobile Interaction Design in the Age of Experience Ecosystems, M. Susani
Tangible User Interfaces, H. Ishii
Achieving Psychological Simplicity: Measure and Methods to Reduce Cognitive Complexity, J. Thomas and J. Richards
Information Visualization, S. Card
Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative Work, G. Olson and J. Olson
HCI and the Web, H. Ashman
Human-Centered Design of Decision Support Systems, P. Smith and N. Geddes
Online Communities, P. Zaphiris
Virtual Environments, K. Stanney and J.V. Cohn
Human-Computer Interaction Viewed from the Intersection of Privacy, Security and Trust, J. Karat, C.-M. Karat, and C. Brodie
Application/Domain Specific Design
Human Computer Interaction in Health Care, F. Sainfort, J. Jacko, and B.C. Booske
Why We Play: Affect and the Fun of Games: Designing Emotions for Games, Entertainment Interfaces and Interactive Products, N. Lazzaro
Motor Vehicle Driver Interfaces, P. Green
Human Computer Interaction in Aerospace, S. Landry
User-Centered Design in Games, R.J. Pagulayan, K. Keeker, D. Wixon, R.L. Romero, and T. Fuller
Designing for Diversity
The Digital Divide, J. Cooper
Information Technology and Older Adults, S. Czaja and C.C. Lee
HCI for Kids, A. Bruckman and A. Bandlow
Information Technology for Cognitive Support, A.F. Newell, A. Carmichael, P. Gregor, and N. Alm
Physical Disabilities and Computing Technologies: An Analysis of Impairments, A. Sears, M. Young, and J. Feng
Perceptual Impairments: New Advancements Promoting Technological Access, J.A. Jacko, H. Vitense, and I. Scott
Universal Accessibility and Functionally Illiterate Populations, W. Gribbons
Computing Technologies for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users, V. Hanson
The Development Process
Section A: Requirements Specification
User Experience and HCI, M. Kuniavsky
Requirements Specification within the Usability Engineering Lifecycle, D. Mayhew
Task Analysis, C. Courage, J. Redish, and D. Wixon
Contextual Design, K. Holtzblatt
The Ethnographic Approach to Design, J. Blomberg, M. Burrell, and G. Guest
Section B: Design and Development
Putting Personas to Work: Using Data-Driven Personas to Focus Product Planning, Design and Development, T. Adlin and J. Pruitt
Prototyping Tools and Techniques, M. Beaudouin-Lafon and W. Mackay
Scenario-based Design, M.B. Rosson and J.M. Carroll
Participatory Design: The Third Space in HCI, M.J. Muller
Unified User Interface Development, C. Stephanidis and A. Savidis
HCI and Software Engineering: Designing for User Interface Plasticity, J. Coutaz and G. Calvary
Section C: Testing and Evaluation
Usability Testing: Current Practice and Future Directions, J.S. Dumas
Survey Design and Implementation in HCI, A.A. Ozok
Inspection-based Evaluations, G. Cockton, D. Lavery, and A. Woolrych
Model-Based Evaluation, D. Kieras
Managing HCI and Emerging Issues
Technology Transfer, K. Schofield
Augmented Cognition in HCI, D. Schmorrow
Human Values, Ethics, and Design, B. Friedman and P.H. Kahn, Jr.
Cost Justification, R.G. Bias, D.J. Mayhew, and D. Upmanyu
Perspectives on HCI
Future Trends in Human-Computer Interaction, A. Sears and J. Jacko interviewing others
Author Index Subject Index

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