Human computer interaction (HCI)
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Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

Human Computer Interaction (HCI) | Human computer interaction (HCI) |
Grand Old Man of HCI, Jack Carroll, explains the history of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and how the field gave birth to User Experience and Interaction Design.

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NickGardiner's curator insight, March 25, 2014 9:13 PM

A highly detailed and very interesting article that traces back to the origins of HCI and it's speedy progression over they years. The article also reflects on how User Interface Design came to be in the web, in operating systems and the various  other forms we see today.


This is dedicated to a thorough analysis of HCI, reviewing the significant advancements in HCI technologies and speculating on potential future technologies that the field may give birth to.

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Analysis of Human-Computer Interactions and Online Social Networking: A Framework

Human-computer interaction plays an important role in most (if not all) computer applications. It is considered even essential for enabling social networking as dynamic Web 2.0 is becoming an important platform for communication, collaboration, information and knowledge sharing. Compared to static web pages (Web 1.0), Web 2.0 enables more intensive human-computer interactions. This chapter analyzes the relationship between human-computer interaction and social networking. A framework is outlined for representing and measuring online social networks, especially those formed through Web 2.0 applications. A case study based on this framework is performed on Wikipedia.



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