The Wiley Handbook of Human Computer Interaction Set
1. Edition March 2018
1040 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Norman, Kent / Kirakowski, Jurek (Editor)
Once, human-computer interaction was limited to a privileged few. Today, our contact with computing technology is pervasive, ubiquitous, and global. Work and study is computer mediated, domestic and commercial systems are computerized, healthcare is being reinvented, navigation is interactive, and entertainment is computer generated. As technology has grown more powerful, so the field of human-computer interaction has responded with more sophisticated theories and methodologies. Bringing these developments together, The Wiley Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction explores the many and diverse aspects of human-computer interaction while maintaining an overall perspective regarding the value of human experience over technology.
JUREK KIRAKOWSKI, PHD, retired from his post as Statutory Lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland in 2014. He continues his interest in Statistics and Human-Computer Interaction studies and now runs the User Experience Solutions web site. He is also involved in professional standards and ethics in HCI.