Human-computer interaction: Interdisciplinary roots and trends

  title={Human-computer interaction: Interdisciplinary roots and trends},
  author={H. Hartson},
  journal={J. Syst. Softw.},
  • H. Hartson
  • Published 1998
  • Computer Science
  • J. Syst. Softw.
  • Abstract Methodology, theory, and practice in the field of Human–Computer Interaction (HCI) all share the goal of producing interactive software that can be used efficiently, effectively, safely, and with satisfaction. HCI is cross-disciplinary in its conduct and multidisciplinary in its roots. The central concept of HCI is usability, ease of use plus usefulness. Achieving good usability requires attention to both product and development process, particularly for the user interaction design… CONTINUE READING
    160 Citations
    New Challenges in Human Computer Interaction : Strategic Directions and Interdisciplinary Trends
    • 41
    • PDF
    Semiotic approaches to user interface design
    • 8
    Human Computer Interaction Research Through the Lens of a Bibliometric Analysis
    • 7
    • PDF
    A taxonomy for technology adoption: A human computer interaction perspective
    • C.O. Seneler, N. Basoglu, T. Daim
    • Computer Science
    • PICMET '08 - 2008 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering & Technology
    • 2008
    • 18
    Whatever happened to the psychology of human-computer interaction?: A biography of the life of a psychological framework within a HCI journal
    • T. Clemmensen
    • Psychology, Computer Science
    • Inf. Technol. People
    • 2006
    • 23
    • PDF


    Through the Interface: A Human Activity Approach To User Interface Design
    • 696
    • PDF
    Toward Empirically Derived Methodologies and Tools for Human-Computer Interface Development
    • 115
    • PDF
    Usability Engineering: Our Experience and Evolution
    • 532
    Developing user interfaces: ensuring usability through product & process
    • 866
    Designing Visual Interfaces
    • 157
    • PDF
    Display-Based Action at the User Interface
    • S. Payne
    • Computer Science
    • Int. J. Man Mach. Stud.
    • 1991
    • 102