ACM 1995, pp 1 - 112 inclusive; double-column text, illustrations, references.
Condition: Good+, 8.5x11, glossy cardstock covers, softcover journal format; edgewear at spine ends and corners, front cover with light creases and several old small spots and smudges. Binding is tight, pages clean.
Categories: Human-Computer Interaction
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Item DescriptionIncludes papers on the Fall EC Meeting; IFIP Congress 94;
Visual Interaction Design -- visual metaphors for interacting with databases;<.B> Local SIGs; Deconstructing TOG, an electronic interview with Bruce Tognazzini;
Evaluation of Human Computer Interfaces - a report from an ARPA workshop; Tools for working within guidelines; Diades-II, a multi-agent user interface design approach with an integrated assessment component; EXPOSE- an HCI counseling tool for user interface designers; HalClon, designing for people; IDA user interface design assistance; MIL-STK-1472;
Does Information Technology make us Smarter - if so, how; if not, why not;
Launching the Usability Approach; The Human Factors of Speech-based Interfaces - a research agenda; Programmable Applications - interpreter meets interface; more.