Taking Software Design Seriously: Practical Techniques for Human-computer Interaction Design
Academic Press, 1991 - Computers - 357 pages
With presentations of concrete software design methodologies and ways to improve design practices, this book explores techniques that are useful in user-centered software design. Discussions of interesting new research perspectives by contributors from the United States and Europe are also included.
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