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The past few years have seen increasing discussion of the need for, even the inevitability of, a field of <i>human-information interaction (HII)</i> - as either a major sub-branch of human-computer interaction (HCI) or as a separate field altogether. The "I" in HII implies a focus on information and not computing technology. But what does this mean? Is(More)
At the crossroads of web design and ubiquitous computing, the user experience is out of control. Salvation lies in the strange connections between social software, semantic webs, convergent architecture, and interaction design. In this cyberspace safari, Peter Morville draws ideas about everyware from his new book on Ambient Findability.
If you have ever wondered why most companies fail to embrace user-centered design, you must read this book. In The Support Economy, Zuboff and Maxmin deliver a brilliant treatise on the inherent defects and imminent demise of the reigning corporate paradigm of managerial capitalism , and then daringly propose a new enterprise logic that combines an economy(More)
New discipline called 'information architecture' has emerged during last few years. It deals with tasks related to business context of IS, users and content. This includes system integrity insurance, developing information structure and processing sequence. While the necessity of information architecture is well perceived, there is no common definition and(More)
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