Introducing a proven user interface design model for the design and development of high-quality user interfaces, this new edition is a professional guide to designing traditional graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and object- oriented graphical user interfaces, plus high-quality character-based interfaces, and state- of-the-art multimedia user interfaces. Covers prototyping and usability testing; multimedia user interfaces, including discussions of sound, high- resolution images, and full-motion video; task analysis; the three most popular statistical methods; and documentation and training issues. For user interface specialists, programmers, systems analysts, system designers, project leaders, and system engineers.
About the Author:
Robert W. Bailey is the President of Computer Psychology, Inc., a consulting and education company. He approaches the issues relating to human factors, usability, and user interface design from the perspective of a computer psychologist with over 30 years of experience. Dr. Bailey has served on the faculties of numerous schools, including Columbia University and Stevens Institute of Technology. He is also the author of Human Performance Engineering: A Guide for System Designers, and Human Error In Computer Systems.