Shaping Web Usability: Interaction Design in Context

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Addison-Wesley, Jan 1, 2002 - Computers - 276 pages
The author has written this book to instill in web interface developers the need for a constant focus on users. He shows that designing usable web sites requires employing a web-specialized methodology of designing for context. He brings to this discussion his unique blend of research in both HCI and psychology, as well as his practical experience building usable web sites for companies such as IBM, NCR, Schlumberger, Siemens, Southern Bell, Web-MD, and Westinghouse.

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Contents

Human Computer Interaction for the Web
1
Web Usability Strategy
13
The Web Environment
37
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Albert N. Badre is a leading contributor to the field of human-computer interaction (HCI). He is the founder and head of Interfacile, a consulting company specializing in Web usability, interface design, and HCI. In addition, he is a professor in the College of Computing and an adjunct in the School of Psychology at Georgia Tech, where he founded the university's master's program in HCI. He has written numerous papers in the field and lectures worldwide.



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