Handheld Usability / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Offering an overview of usability, testing, and informationarchitecture for EPOC, WAP, PDAs, handhelds, and handsets, thishow-to guide dives into the details about medium-specific issuesand design strategies.* Discusses designing for the current wireless platforms: cellularphones and PDAs* Covers both stand alone as well as Web-based applicationdesign* Contains a case study of a usability test
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About the Author
SCOTT WEISS, Principal of Usable Products Company, is anInformation Architect. Scott's design work can be seen on more than90% of computer desktops worldwide, including elements of bothMacintosh and Windows 95. He chairs the New York City chapter ofACM's SIG CHI, the Special Interest Group on Computer HumanInteraction. He also chairs the New York New Media Association'sDesign Special Interest Group, and has taught for the DigitalDesign MFA program at Parsons' New School.Usable Products Company (www.usableproducts.com) is an ease of useagency that conducts usability studies and designs informationarchitecture for desktop and handheld web sites, software, andhardware products.
Table of ContentsIntroduction.About the Author.Acknowledgements.Handheld vs. Desktop.Handheld Devices.Information Architecture: Process.Information Architecture: Practice.Prototyping.Usability Testing.Appendix A: Handheld History.Appendix B: Paper Prototyping Applications for the PalmOS(r).Appendix C: Sprint PCS/NeoPoint 1000 Usability Study.Appendix D: Glossary.Bibliography.Index.