ISBN 9789332518735,Designing The User Interface: Strategies For Effective Human - Computer Interaction

Designing The User Interface: Strategies For Effective Human - Computer Interaction



Pearson India

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9789332518735

ISBN-10 9332518734


Edition 5th
Number of Pages 572 Pages
Language (English)

Computer Engineering

Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant, Maxine Cohen And Steven Jacobs'S Designing The User Interface, Published By Pearson Education, Is A Comprehensive Book That Discusses Strategies For Effective Human-Computer Interaction. It Comprises Of Various Topics In Development Processes, Interaction Styles, And Design Issues. It Offers An Authoritative Introduction To The Dynamic Field Of Human-Computer Interaction (Hci). Students And Professionals Will Be Able To Learn Practical Principles And Guidelines In Order To Develop High Quality Interface Designs That Users Can Understand, Predict And Control. It Also Discusses Theoretical Basics And Design Processes Like Expert Reviews And Usability Testing. Several Examples Of Direct Manipulation, Menu Selection And Form Fill-In Give Readers An Understanding Of Excellence In Design. This New Edition Covers Latest Updates On Current Hci Topics With Balanced Emphasis On Mobile Devices, Web And Desktop Platforms. It Addresses The Profound Changes Brought By User-Generated Content Of Text, Photo, Music And Video, And The Elevated Expectations For Fascinating User Experiences.

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