USABILITY, COGNITION, AND AFFECT IN WEB INTERFACES: THE ROLE OF INFORMATIVE FEEDBACK AND DESCRIPTIVE LABELING

@inproceedings{Hall2004USABILITYCA,
  title={USABILITY, COGNITION, AND AFFECT IN WEB INTERFACES: THE ROLE OF INFORMATIVE FEEDBACK AND DESCRIPTIVE LABELING},
  author={Manning Hall},
  year={2004}
}
ABE CRYSTAL Ph.D. student School of Information and Library Science 100 Manning Hall, CB #3360 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Phone: (919) 593-6129 E-Mail: abe@unc.edu SRIRAM "SRI" KALYANARAMAN Assistant Professor School of Journalism and Mass Communication 369 Carroll Hall University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill NC 27599 Phone: (919) 843-5858 E-Mail: sri@unc.edu 

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