Interruptions : A Criterion in the Design and Evaluation of Human-Computer Interfaces Master of Applied Science

@inproceedings{Ginsburg2005InterruptionsA,
  title={Interruptions : A Criterion in the Design and Evaluation of Human-Computer Interfaces Master of Applied Science},
  author={Gill Ginsburg},
  year={2005}
}
The main objectives of this study were to assess how interruptions affect humancomputer interaction and to use interruptions to conduct representative evaluations of interfaces, the results of which can be more generalizable to the actual environments in which the interfaces are used. In order to achieve these objectives, an extensive literature review was first performed. Following this, a field study was conducted in a hospital recovery room to determine what types of interruptions nurses… CONTINUE READING