- User interfaces (Computer science)
- Human-computer interaction
- The Morgan Kaufmann series in interactive technologies
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction Eric Bergman, Sun Microsystems A high level overview of the burgeoning field of information appliance and consumer product interaction design. Provides a brief commentary on the various chapters in the book, and the themes that bind them together. A Conversation with Don Norman Eric Bergman, Sun Microsystems & Don Norman, Nielsen Norman Group Don Norman discusses his notion of the "Invisible Computer" and why he believes that information appliances are the best alternative to the complexity of current interactive devices. Design Considerations for Information Appliances Mike Mohageg & Annette Wagner, Sun Microsystems Two senior members of the Sun Microsystems Consumer User Experience Group describe the high level issues that the team considers when designing products for consumer users. The chapter has a special focus on set top box and internet phone appliances. Designing Information Appliances at Netpliance Scott Isensee, Ken Kalinoski, Karl Vochatzer Explains the "Netpliance" philosophy, and the design challenges and processes involved in creating the total user experience - hardware software and services - for a line of information appliances. This chapter has a particular focus on scaling content and UI to support devices of varying capabilities. Designing the Palm Pilot: A Conversation with Robert Haitani Eric Bergman, Sun Microsystems & Robert Haitani, Handspring Robert Haitani, design lead for the original Palm Pilot project, talks about the evolution of the product from a simple block of wood to perhaps the first and arguably most commercially successful information appliance. Interaction Design and Usability of Microsoft Windows CE Sarah Zuberec, Microsoft Corporation Focuses on how Windows CE was designed and tested, and the challenges Microsoft faced in retaining a Windows identity while evolving to fit in a consumer device environment. The EPOC User Interface in the Psion Series 5 Nick Healey, Slash Design Ltd. The a.
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