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by Catherine Plaisant,Ben Shneiderman

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  • ISBN 0321200586
  • ISBN13 978-0321200587
  • Language English
  • Author Catherine Plaisant,Ben Shneiderman
  • Publisher Addison Wesley; 4 edition (July 1, 2003)
  • Pages 640
  • Formats rtf mobi rtf lrf
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Computer Science
  • Size ePub 1736 kb
  • Size Fb2 1290 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 316

Shneiderman's Designing the User Interface: Fourth Edition Preview consists of the third edition of the text along with a free booklet containing material from the upcoming new edition and six months access to a companion Web site featuring additional content. The preview material includes two updated chapters and new content from the upcoming fourth edition of the book.Designing the User Interface provides a complete, current, and an authoritative introduction to user-interface design. Students will learn practical techniques and guidelines needed to develop good systems designs-systems with interfaces the typical user can understand, predict, and control. The book covers a wide variety of topics, including the World Wide Web, information visualization, and computer-supported cooperative work. It contains early coverage of development methodologies, evaluation techniques, and user-interface building tools. The author provides provocative discussion of speech input/output, natural-language interaction, anthropomorphic design, virtual environments, and intelligent (software) agents.

Designing the User Interface book.

Designing the User Interface book. by. Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant.

Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant

Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant. Designing the User Interface provides a complete, current, and an authoritative introduction to user-interface design.

Out of print The book covers a wide variety of topics, including the World Wide We. .

Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland. Students will learn practical techniques and guidelines needed to develop good systems designs-systems with interfaces the typical user can understand, predict, and control. The book covers a wide variety of topics, including the World Wide Web, information visualization, and computer-supported cooperative work.

Ben Shneiderman (Author), Catherine Plaisant (Author), Maxine Cohen (Author), Steven Jacobs (Author), Niklas Elmqvist .

Ben Shneiderman (Author), Catherine Plaisant (Author), Maxine Cohen (Author), Steven Jacobs (Author), Niklas Elmqvist (Author), Nicholas Diakopoulos (Author) & 3 more. ISBN-13: 978-0134380384. ISBN-10: 9780134380384. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human-computer interaction. B Shneiderman, C Plaisant. Pearson Education India, 2010. Technology probes: inspiring design for and with families. Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces, 109-116, 2004. S Greene, G Marchionini, C Plaisant, B Shneiderman. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51 (4), 380-393, 2000.

COMP3900 cheatsheet - Summary Human Computer Interface Design and Evaluation.

Designing the User Interface. COMP3900 cheatsheet - Summary Human Computer Interface Design and Evaluation. 0Pages: 2year: 18/19.

by Ben Shneiderman and Catherine Plaisant (Author) No other book in the field of HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) is as broad, has so many useful guidelines and is a better bibliography a.

by Ben Shneiderman and Catherine Plaisant (Author). Students and professionals learn practical principles and guidelines needed to develop high quality interface designs-ones that users can understand, predict, and control. No other book in the field of HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) is as broad, has so many useful guidelines and is a better bibliography as Shneiderman DTUI (Designing the User Interface).

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Shneiderman, Ben, Plaisant, Catherine (1994): The Future of Graphic User Interfaces: Personal Role Managers.

His 1989 book, co-authored with Greg Kearsley, Hypertext Hands-On!, contains a hypertext version on two disks. Shneiderman, Ben, Plaisant, Catherine (1994): The Future of Graphic User Interfaces: Personal Role Managers. In: Cockton, Gilbert, Draper, Steven, Weir, George R. S. (ed.

Talk about Designing the User Interface (Fourth Edition Preview, Third Edition)


Moralsa
The book looks like a summary of key important point of designing user interface. There is not much in terms of detail. I've been through many college textbooks over the years. The value of the book should be about $19 - $29 at the most.
Samulkree
used for school, purchased at a discount rate here on amazon so it was certainly worth the money and it served it's purpose.
Na
I got this book since it was required for a UI class. I read it cover-to-cover before class started to get ahead, and was thoroughly disappointed. There are a few interesting things, but nothing a good professor won't cover in just as much detail in class (and will likely do so in a more useful, applied manner). Quite honestly, this is a boring read lacking quality information, and I have since sold the book. Compared to my love of the networking, os and compiler books, my appreciation for this book is nil. I keep Software Engineering 8 around since it is a useful resource in many ways, and even that book trumps this UI book by far. I would personally avoid buying this book if possible.
DABY
No other book in the field of HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) is as broad, has so many useful guidelines and is a better bibliography as Shneiderman DTUI (Designing the User Interface).

DTUI will *not* give you in-depth knowledge of every aspect of HCI, because that's an impossible task for a single book.

Instead, DTUI focuses on giving you an overview and understanding of central HCI concepts coupled with useful everyday tips, rules and guidelines.

The passionate HCI student will in DTUI also discover a comprehensive guide to the books and articles that have shaped HCI throughout the years. (Reading the HCI body of work, you will soon discover than DTUI is one of the most cited books in the field, an indication of how influential it is.)

To teachers in search of a introductionary HCI book for their classes, I strongly recommend DTUI. "Interaction design" by Jennifer Preece, et al. is another fine book that's has less theory in favor of the practical.
Daizil
As most reviewers have noted, this is a classic and must-have book in the field of HCI. This fourth edition--newly published in March 2004--has been thoroughly revised to include much material related to the WWW. It does appear that Shneiderman took care to go through each chapter and remove less relevant material in favor of including new topics that have come up since the last edition was written.
Jode
Book is very well written, and covers all the topics necessary and with the necessary detail to grasp the concepts related to human interface design. Highly recommend this book to anyone!!