Human factors testing in the design of Xerox's 8010 “Star” office workstation

@inproceedings{Bewley1983HumanFT,
  title={Human factors testing in the design of Xerox's 8010 “Star” office workstation},
  author={William L. Bewley and Teresa L. Roberts and David Schroit and William L. Verplank},
  booktitle={CHI '83},
  year={1983}
}
Integral to the design process of the Xerox 8010 “Star” workstation was constant concern for the user interface. The design was driven by principles of human cognition. Prototyping of ideas, paper-and-pencil analyses, and human-factors experiments with potential users all aided in making design decisions. Three of the human-factors experiments are described in this paper: A selection schemes test determined the number of buttons on the mouse pointing device and the meanings of these buttons for… CONTINUE READING
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