Title: “Strategic Directions in Human-Computer Interaction.”
Abstract: Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the study of how people design, implement, and use
interactive computer systems and how computers affect individuals, organizations, and
Myers, Brad, Jim Hollan, and Isabel Cruz. “Strategic Directions in Human-Computer Interaction.” Computing Surveys 28.4 (1996): 794-809. Print.
Title: User interfaces for all: New perspectives into human-computer interaction
Abstract:This chapter introduces the notion of User Interfaces for All, elaborates on the motivating
rationale and examines its key implications on Human-Computer Interaction.
Stephanidis, Constantine. User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001. Print.
Title: User Modeling in Human Computer Interaction
Abstract: A fundamental objective of human–computer interaction research is to make systems more
usable, more useful, and to provide users with experiences fitting their specific background
knowledge and objectives.
FISCHER, GERHARD. “User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction.” Kluwer Academic Publishers 11 (n.d.): 65-86. Print.
Title: beyond intention pushing boundaries with incidental interaction
Abstract: Traditional interaction is purposeful, but interactions based on sensing and environmental context are of lower salience and require less explicit attention. The extreme end of this spectrum, but becoming more common, is implicit interaction, which occurs when a user action intended for one purpose is interpreted to achieve some other goal. Because it is an extreme point, incidental interaction acts as a touchstone allowing us to explore the limits of traditional interaction models, task analysis, cognition and software architectures. We find that all either break down or require rethinking in the face of these radically novel interactions.
Dix, Allan. “Beyond Intention Pushing Boundaries with Incidental Interaction.”Lancaster University (n.d.): n. pag. Web
Title:Design for Situation Awareness An Approach to User-Centered Desig
Abstract: Building and maintaining SA
Endsley, Mica R., Bety Bolte, and Debra G. Jones. Design for Situation Awareness An Approach to User-Centered Design. Londond: Taylor & Francis, 2003. Print.