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  • The Inmates Are Running the Asylumby Alan Cooper

    Pearson Education 2004; US$ 31.99

    Imagine, at a terrifyingly aggressive rate, everything you regularly use is being equipped with computer technology. Think about your phone, cameras, cars-everything-being automated and programmed by people who in their rush to accept the many benefits of the silicon chip, have abdicated their responsibility to make these products easy to use. The... more...

  • Advances in Intelligent ITby Y. Li; M. Looi; N. Zhong

    IOS Press 2006; US$ 151.00

    In the great digital era, we are witnessing many rapid scientific and technological developments in human-centered, seamless computing environments, interfaces, devices and systems with applications ranging from business and communication to entertainment and learning. These developments are collectively best characterized as Active Media Technology... more...

  • A Theory of Computer Semioticsby Peter Bøgh Andersen

    Cambridge University Press 1991; US$ 38.00

    This 1991 book presents a novel, yet systematic and practical way of implementing concepts so that they become useful in the design and analysis of computer systems. more...

  • The Computer User as Toolsmithby Saul Greenberg

    Cambridge University Press 1993; US$ 112.00

    This 1993 book offers a wealth of analysis and interpretation of data, from which the author has developed a computer version of a handyman's workbench. more...

  • Computer Addiction Pbby Margaret A. Shotton

    CRC Press 2003; US$ 39.50

    This is an investigation of the syndrome of computer addiction which attempts to discover if obsessive dependency is harmful to the psychological and social development. It is based on case studies made of volunteers from all over the UK who considered themselves to be dependent upon computers. Extensive research was carried out into these people,... more...

  • Adaptive Perspectives on Human-Technology Interactionby Alex Kirlik

    Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 43.99

    The methods, models, and measures presented in this book provide timely and important resources for addressing problems in the rapidly growing field of human-technology interaction. The book will be of interest to researchers, students, and practitioners in human factors, cognitive engineering, human-computer interaction, judgment and decision making,... more...

  • Virtual Realismby Michael Heim

    Oxford University Press 2000; US$ 25.95

    Exploring a wide range of virtual reality technologies, from a tour of a virtual art gallery to the head-up displays used by military pilots, Michael Heim suggests a harmony of technology with lifestyle. more...

  • Bodies in Codeby Mark B. N. Hansen

    CRC Press 2006; US$ 24.95

    Bodies in Code explores how our bodies experience and adapt to digital environments. Cyberculture theorists have tended to overlook biological reality when talking about virtual reality, and Mark B. N. Hansen's book shows what they've been missing. Cyberspace is anchored in the body, he argues, and it's the body--not high-tech computer graphics--that... more...

  • Designing for Interactionby Dan Saffer

    Pearson Education 2006; US$ 35.99

    Explore the new design discipline that is behind such products as the iPod and innovative Web sites like Flickr. While other books on this subject are either aimed at more seasoned practitioners or else are too focused on a particular medium like software, this guide will take a more holistic approach to the discipline, looking at interaction design... more...

  • HCI Beyond the GUIby Philip Kortum

    Elsevier Science 2008; US$ 57.95

    As technology expands and evolves, one-dimensional, graphical user interface (GUI) design becomes increasingly limiting and simplistic. Designers must meet the challenge of developing new and creative interfaces that adapt to meet human needs and technological trends. HCI Beyond the GUI provides designers with this know how by exploring new ways to... more...