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3.6.2 Icons
3.7 Interactivity
4.1 Introduction
5.1 Introduction
5.2 What is design?
5.3 The process of design (see also …g. 5.1)
5.4 User focus
5.5 Scenarios
5.6 Navigation design
5.6.1 Local structure
5.6.2 Global structure - hierarchical organization
5.6.3 Global structure - dialog
5.6.4 Wider still
5.7 Screen design and layout
5.7.1 Tools for layout
5.7.2 User actions and control
5.7.3 Appropriate appearance
HCI in the software process
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The software life cycle
6.2.1 Activities in the life cycle (…g 6.1)
6.2.2 Validation and veri…cation
6.2.3 Management and contractual issues
6.2.4 Interactive systems and the software life cycle
6.3 Usability engineering
6.3.1 Problems with usability engineering
6.4 Iterative design and prototyping
6.4.1 Techniques for prototyping
6.4.2 Warning about iterative design
6.5 Design Rationale
6.5.1 Process-oriented design rationale
6.5.2 Design space analysis
6.5.3 Psychological design rationale
Summary chapter 9: Evaluation techniques
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Goals of evaluation
7.3 Evaluation through expert analysis
7.3.1 Cognitive walkthrough
7.3.2 Heuristic evaluation
7.3.3 Model-based evaluation
7.3.4 Using previous studies in evaluation
7.4 evaluation through user participation
7.4.1 Styles of evaluation
7.4.2 Emperical methods: experimental evaluation
7.4.3 Obsevatinal techniques
7.4.4 Query techniques
7.4.5 Evaluationthroughmonitoringphysiological responses
7.5 Choosing an evaluation method
7.5.1 A classi…cation of evaluation techniques
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Universal design principles
8.3 Multi-modal interaction
8.3.1 Sound in the interface
8.3.2 Touch in the interface
8.3.3 Handwriting recognition
8.3.4 Gesture recognition
8.4 Designing for diversity
8.4.1 Designing for di¤erent age groups
8.4.2 Designing for cultural di¤erences
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Requirements of user support
9.3 Approaches to user support
9.4 Adaptive help systems
9.4.1 Knowledge representation: user modelling
9.4.2 Knowledge representation: domain and task model- ing
9.4.3 Knowledge representation: modeling advisory strat- egy
9.4.4 Techniques for knowledge representation
9.4.5 Problems with knowledge representation and mod- eling
9.4.6 Other issues
9.5 Designing user support systems
9.5.1 Presentation issues
9.5.2 Implementation issues
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Groupware systems
10.3 Computer-mediated communication
10.3.1 E-mail and bulletin boards
10.3.2 Structured message systems
10.3.3 txt is gr8
10.3.4 Video conferences and communication
10.3.5 Virtual collaborative environments
10.4 Meeting and decision support systems
10.4.1 Argumentation tools
10.4.2 Meeting rooms
10.4.3 Shared work surfaces
10.5 Shared applications and artifacts
10.5.1 Shared PCs and shared window systems
10.5.2 Shared editors
10.5.3 Co-authoring systems
10.5.4 Shared diaries
10.5.5 Communication through the artifact
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