Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction

August 22, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Well presented with losts of information This is a large 636 page soft backed book with lots of text and colour illustrations. Very much a text book for designer students and designers alike. It is recommended reading for University courses in Human Computer Interaction. Although it has lots of use for those now who are in paid employment in this industry. The index is good as is the contents page – this is important as this is very much a text book to find the thing need to know and so not a book to read. Due to it’s weight it’s…

Anonymous says:

Comprehensive and well designed textbook This is a very comprehensive textbook. The subjects the book covers are the process of interaction design, conceptualizing interaction, cognitive aspects, social interaction, emotional interaction, interfaces, data gathering, data analysis, data at scale, discovering requirements, design, prototyping and construction, interaction design in practice, introducing evaluation, and evaluation studies. The book is huge but the writing style makes it user-friendly. The book is also very well laid out…

Anonymous says:

Required reading – Reference only for me Having spent most of my working career faced with and placed in complex information technology situations I see this book as a resource to be referenced or part of an academic learning programme. This is no doubt on the list of required reading for related University Studies. This book in its 5th edition is well-indexed and chaptered but is still a pain to navigate but why? It’s packed with illustrations and is a hefty weighty paperback book with its 636 pages. I’m retired now but maybe I’ll…

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