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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about desigb problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Interaction Design by Yvonne Rogers. New to this edition: Completely updated to include new chapters on Interfaces, Data Gathering and Data Analysis and Interpretation, the latest information from recent research findings and new examples Now in full colour A lively and highly interactive Ds site that w The classic text, Prdece Design by Sharp, Preece and Rogers is back in a fantastic new 2nd Edition!
Completely updated to include new chapters on Interfaces, Data Gathering and Data Analysis and Interpretation, the latest information from recent research findings and new examples Now in full colour A lively and highly interactive Web site that will enable students to collaborate on experiments, compete in design competitions, collaborate on designs, find resources and communicate with others A new practical and process-oriented approach showing not just what principals ought to apply, but crucially how they can be applied “The best basis around for user-centered interaction design, both as a primer for students as an introduction gogers the field, and as a resource for research practitioners to fall back on.
It should be labelled ‘start here’. Paperbackpages. To see preecs your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Interaction Designplease sign up. How to access the book? See 1 question about Interaction Design…. Lists with This Book. Jan 16, Erik rated it liked it. Take a solid usability concept, slap an acronym on it, wait, then change it slightly and slap a new acronym in it, wait, desifn slice one piece out of it and give it it’s own acronym, wait.
Okay, that may be extreme, but that’s how this book felt while I was reading it.
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Solid concepts explained repeatedly under different names. Usability engineering is not easy, but it doesn’t need to be artificially inflated either. This book could be half its length and still get all points Take a solid usability concept, slap an acronym on it, wait, then change it slightly and slap a new acronym in it, wait, then slice one piece out of it and give it it’s own acronym, wait.
This book could be half its length and still get all points across just fine. Feb 22, Justin rated it liked it. It never fails to amaze me how so much of school is about formalizing terms for common sense. This book is no exception.
Dec 23, Jenifer rated it really liked it. I assigned this book for my Human Computer Interaction course this semester. I like that it has a lot of relevant examples, and it focuses on important aspects of the field instead of trying to cover everything. It is a good overview, with enough meat to support a semester introductory HCI course. I wish their activities didn’t have the answers on the same page though, as it makes it difficult to ask students to think through them as they read; it doesn’t encourage independent thought.
I also ha I assigned this book for my Human Computer Interaction course this semester. I also have mixed feelings about the chapter orderings; I like that evaluation was toward the back of the book as I just redesigned my course to fall in that order, but I still had to jump around in the second half of the course to get material in an order that made the most sense.
However, I currently like it better than the Shneiderman textbook I used to use, and plan to use it again in the future.
Lots of good stuff, but various examples were too subjective and didn’t really cover most of the cases. I have skipped some parts, I have to admit, since resign were not useful to my research.
Great book with wonderful examples, case studies and online material. This is a sad story. It is good if at the end of each chapter there is a summary and a question to focus a little. In addition, many books ds rampant or not suitable for my reading hobby, studying in this books cannot apply to the reality.
Now I realize that learning is a path and what was written in this book is a kind of another path. The most unlikely is that the examples are not new, so easy to get bored.
View all 3 comments. I had to read this for school. It was ok I guess, but don’t read it unless you are assigned it for school. Jun 19, Derek Baldwin rated it liked it. Its a quick moving field, of course, but the examples are sometimes quite laughably lame, and what the text implies are bold new web initiatives turn out to be defunct on more shharp one occasion. Having read a fair bit of the book now, in a non linear fashion, i have to say its pitched too low e. The text repeats itself a lot too.
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While this book does have some helpful complements to my Interaction Design and Evaluating Interactive Systems course it does so in such a bland and boring manner that is all too common with school books.
This book needs to be heavily edited for redundancy, to improve clarity and to overall be less of a desiign so it can actually articulate the helpful information within without putting the reader to sleep.
Aug 07, Karla Kitalong added it. I’ve assigned this book for my undergraduate course. I’m not totally comfortable with the order of the chapters. A set text from my recent degree, which I had to skip through to complete the study module within the time set. Having re-read it in detail I cannot recommend it highly enough for anyone who wants a detailed understanding of Interaction Design processes.
The book comes with a great set of online study aids also, including video, powerpoint, and lots and lots of recommended further reading. At interaoo university we have the course “Interaction Design”, where this book is reading material. I don’t find the course too exciting, but the books is totally worth reading while taking the course. It covers a lot of areas. This isn’t a strong subject for me; I enjoy reading about new interface models but find the best practices to be terribly boring.
I do, however, want to recognize what a well-constructed textbook this is. Oct 11, Sarismartinez added it Recommends it for: Great textbook to understand the psychology of humans interacting with technology.
How humans need to communicate within each other, getting involved emotionally utilizing vesign as a very powerful tool.
I enjoyed reading this book. It is easy to understand and to teach to other people. May 18, Mike rated it really liked it. As a set text this has proved very useful, although many of the reference sources are now out of date.
This has proved a very thought-provoking and interesting introduction to the science of human computer interaction. Apr 30, kate rated it liked intrrao Shelves: Let’s just say I’m glad it’s over.
Feb 28, Jan added it Shelves: Probably the most comprehensive and authoritative interaction design HCI textbook as of now.
Sep 08, Gry Askaa rated it liked it. However good introduction to HCI.
Nov 28, Pedro Rosas rated it it was amazing Shelves: In the mind and bookshelf of any IxD Nov 30, Danny Hodge rated it really liked it.
Very useful for my Uni module on Human Computer Interaction. Nov 04, Alexandra rated it shapr it Shelves: Although not thoroughly read; I followed a course covering this book and in my opinion it contains a lot of interesting approaches and helpful starting points for user research and testing. Inteeao 25, Aman Parnami added it. Comprehensive material on Interaction Design: Jan 22, Marty Tormoe Yo rated it really liked it.
It’s a very good book if rpgers are in this field. I agree with most of their research though it is quickly becoming dated. Nov 22, Mjoy Dela added it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may rrogers looking for you. Her research interests desin in the areas of ubiquitous computing, interaction design and human-computer interaction. A central theme is how to design interactive technologies that can enhance life by augmenting and extending everyday, learning and work activities.
This involves informing, building and evaluating novel user experiences through creating and assembling a diversity of pervasive technologies. She was awarded a prestigious EPSRC dream fellowship rethinking the relationship between ageing, computing and creativity. She is a visiting professor at the Open University and Indiana University. Central to her work is a critical stance towards how visions, theories and frameworks shape the fields of HCI, cognitive science and Ubicomp.
She has been instrumental in promulgating new theories e.