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User Interface Design and Evaluation. (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Interactive Technologies) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 29. April 2005

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?User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. It's an amazing achievement ? a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.?
? Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
?What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.?
? Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
?The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step ?how-to-do-usability? guidance provided throughout the text.?
? Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
?This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.?
? Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
?While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces.?
? AnthonyJameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
?There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.?
? Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. Its an amazing achievement a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.
Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.
Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step how-to-do-usability guidance provided throughout the text.
Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.
Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces.
Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.
Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

???User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. It??'s an amazing achievement ??? a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.???
??? Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
???What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.???
??? Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
???The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step ???how-to-do-usability??? guidance provided throughout the text.???
??? Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
???This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.???
??? Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
???While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating userinterfaces.???
??? Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
???There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.???
??? Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

??? User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. It??'s an amazing achievement ??? a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.???
??? Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.

???What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.???
??? Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University

???The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step ???how-to-do-usability??? guidance provided throughout the text.???
??? Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University

???This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.???
??? Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS

???While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces.???
??? Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence

???There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.???
??? Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

???User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. It??'s an amazing achievement ??? a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.???
??? Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
???What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.???
??? Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
???The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step ???how-to-do-usability??? guidance provided throughout the text.???
??? Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
???This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.???
??? Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
???While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces.???
??? Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
???There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.???
??? Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

"User Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. It's an amazing achievement - a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together."
- Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
"What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples."
- Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
"The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step "how-to-do-usability" guidance provided throughout the text."
- Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
"This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion."
- Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
"While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces."
- AnthonyJameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
"There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey."
- Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

a oeUser Interface Design and Evaluation is comprehensive and clear. Ita (TM)s an amazing achievement a" a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.a
a" Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
a oeWhat makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.a
a" Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
a oeThe entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step a oehow-to-do-usabilitya guidance provided throughout the text.a
a" Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
a oeThis text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.a
a" Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
a oeWhile reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluatinguser interfaces.a
a" Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
a oeThere is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.a
a" Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005

"User Interface Design and Evaluation" is comprehensive and clear. It s an amazing achievement a textbook in plain English that works both for the classroom and for practitioners learning on their own. This is a superb book that puts all the pieces together.
Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.
What makes this book unique is its blend of traditional HCI concepts and contemporary guidelines as well as its inclusion of practical pointers for acceptance of user-centered design. Unlike other HCI books, this text is generally succinct and to the point. Yet beyond being an excellent reference, it also includes very good practical examples.
Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
The entire UI design process is presented in this text with an effective blend of theory and practice. The strength of this text is the step-by-step how-to-do-usability guidance provided throughout the text.
Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University
This text provides a solid introduction to current thought and practices in User Interface Design and Evaluation. The authors provide a logical structure for the highly iterative work of UI Design, and the book is organized to support classroom presentation and discussion.
Karl Steiner, Ph.D. Usability Manager, UGS
While reading the review copy of this book, I actually felt guilty about having taught so many HCI courses with the existing well-known textbooks. This book offers much more of the sort of material that students yearn for but find too little of in existing textbooks: extensive, concrete, and realistic advice and examples about how to proceed while designing and evaluating user interfaces.
Anthony Jameson, Professor, International University in Germany and Principal Researcher at DFKI, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
There is an incredible amount of information in this book. If you are involved in developing user interfaces, it is the best start for your journey.
Elisa Kaplan Miller, Technical Communications, November 2005"

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Whether you are a professional new to the user-centered design field, or an experienced designer who needs to learn the fundamentals of user interface design and evaluation, this book can lead the way. What will you get from this book? Based on a course from the Open University, UK which has been taught to over a thousand professionals and students, this book presents an overview of the field. It illustrates the benefits of a user-centered approach to the design of software, computer systems, and web sites, and provides a clear and practical discussion of requirements gathering; developing interaction design from user requirements; and user interface evaluation. The book's coverage includes established HCI topics-for example, visibility, affordance, feedback, metaphors, mental models, and the like-combined with practical guidelines for contemporary designs and current trends, which makes for a winning combination.You get a clear presentation of ideas, illustrations of concepts, using real-world applications.

This book will help you develop all the skills necessary for iterative user-centered design, and provides a firm foundation for user interface design and evaluation on which to build. It is co-published by the Open University, UK. It covers the design of graphical user interfaces, web sites, and interfaces for embedded systems. It is of full color production, with activities, projects, hundreds of illustrations, and industrial applications. There is a supporting web site that includes sample exam paper, numerous activities to practice the concepts learned, and a set of review questions to test your own learning-plus web resources.

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Seit geraumer Zeit bin ich auf der Suche nach geeigneten Büchern über Screendesign und Interface Design. Gerade die Themen Usability und Evaluierung interessieren mich dabei sehr. So stiess ich bei der Suche auch auf dieses Buch. Leider enttäuscht das Buch. Die Autoren sind offensichtlich Wissenschaftler, Ingenieure und Informatiker, die das Thema mehr aus dem Blickwinkel des Untersuchenden betrachten. Das macht das Buch so akademisch und lässt es an den Bedürfnissen der Leser so uninteressiert erscheinen. Der Mensch ist nicht in erster Linie Proband, sondern Anwender, der Freude und Identifikation beim Benutzen empfinden möchte.

Ich denke daher, dass Designer und Künstler die Thematik des Interfadesign und der Usability besser behandeln können. Die bisher besten Büchern, die ich fand, boten alles, was ich suchte: "Screen- und Interfacedesign" von Stapelkamp und "Information Design. Konzepte und Anwendungen visueller Kommunikation" vom Institute for Information Design Japan. Das erste erläutert die Begriffe und beschreibt den exakten Weg, wie man richtig plant und gestaltet und wie man parallel evaluiert und eine perfekte Informationsarchitektur bildet. Zudem bietet es zahlreiche Beispiele zum schmökern und nachvollziehen. Das zweite bietet eine breite Auswahl an interessanten internationalen Projekten. Das letzte erläutert zwar nicht viel, ist dafür aber sehr inspirierend. Ausserdem zeigt es die Breite der Themen auf bzw. auf wie viele Produkte die Screendesign und Interfacedesign anwendbar sind.

Das hier vorliegende Buch hat von alle dem leider nichts zu bieten.
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HASH(0x96225f30) von 5 Sternen An Thorough Overview of the Entire Field of Usability 12. März 2008
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There are a number of helpful, introductory books available about web usability. Namely, "Don't Make Me Think," by Steve Krug, and "Designing the Obvious," by Robert Hoekman, are two I would highly recommend. Both offer general principals to keep in mind while designing web sites.

Neither, however, offers as thorough an overview of the entire field of usability as does "User Interface Design and Evaluation." I found that after having been convinced of the importance of usability by Krug and Hoekman, this book provided the depth and breadth of coverage necessary to gain a thorough understanding of usability.

Usability isn't just about making sure that links are clearly identified and navigation schemes are consistent. More fundamentally, it is necessary to identify the critical user tasks that your application must support. The discussion of Task Analysis in chapter 4 is particularly helpful in this regard. The concept of a 'cognitive walkthrough' is introduced as an effective method of task analysis. I have since utilized this concept regularly as a very effective way to gain a better understanding of tasks from the user's perspective.

Other concepts such as personas, conceptual design, and usability evaluation are covered equally as thoroughly. This book has the sensibility, thoroughness, and design of a text book. If you are looking to move beyond a cursory understanding of usability, and acquire an understanding of the entire field, I would recommend you buy this book.
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HASH(0x9622e324) von 5 Sternen Were I teaching a course in interface design, this would be the text 10. Juli 2008
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I can't tell you how many people I've told to read this book. It's one of the first references I go to on my shelf and I've read it through more than once. Were I to teach a course in interface design (and I have considered it) I would use "User Interface Design and Evaluation" as the text, as it covers the topics from understanding users through testing the usability of the design -- from soup to nuts. The book is full of concrete examples and exercises. I've suggested this book to a number of people new to user experience, as a great place to get started.
HASH(0x962208d0) von 5 Sternen Dated at best. 16. Oktober 2015
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This text is dated at best. It has some good information on the design process, but has no practical advice on how to design for some of the recent developments in UI, like touch screens or iPhones (which this text pre-dates). Buy it used if you have to have it for class.
HASH(0x9622d510) von 5 Sternen Consider workflow and efficiencies better 12. Januar 2016
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Good points to consider when rolling out EHR. Made me think much more of the Human aspect in designing a system that is supposed to disrupt workflow and be more efficient.
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HASH(0x9622e2b8) von 5 Sternen Graduate level? Seriously? 16. Juni 2014
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Ok, all references to VCRs aside (could this book be any more dated?), the style in which this book is written is geared at a common denominator that is, shall we say, in a slightly different place than where the book was used (MS-level graduate school). It's certainly not the book's fault that it was chosen as the textbook for a graduate UID/UCD course, but it's definitely the book's or author's or publisher's fault that it's woefully out of date, written to a 6th-grade level, and devoid of any useful content.

If you are a university instructor thinking about using this book as your textbook for an HCI course, take it from someone who suffered through it already: don't. Please.
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