Scenario-Based Development of Human-Computer InteractionBy
- Mary Beth Rosson
- John Carroll
Novice HCI practitioners, usability engineers, software developers, web page designers and developers, and undergraduate or graduate level computer science and engineering professors, instructors, and students.
Hardbound, 448 Pages
Published: October 2001
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"This book is ideally suited for a problem-based curriculum in which students simultaneously learn good development processes while completing a term project. The book gives excellent guidance, and the case study approach is an excellent organizer and motivator. At last, the proper problem-based textbook."
Don Norman, Nielsen Norman Group
"One of the nice things about this book is that it identifies where tradeoffs exist in developing user interfaces. Too many books provide guidelines as if they were absolute; unfortunately, this is not the case. Tradeoffs must be constantly made, and understanding how one usability objective can impact another is critical to good design."
Jon Meads, Usability Architects