Table of contents for Human factors for informatics usability / edited by B. Shackel, S.J. Richardson.

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Part I: Informatics Usability - Background and Overview
1. Human factors for informatics usability - background and overview
2. Usability - context, framework, definition, design and evaluation
3. The business case for human factors in informatics
Part II: System Design - Orientation and Approaches
4. Human factors contributions to the design process
5. Helping the IT designer to use human factors
6. Interface design issues for the system designer
7. An approach to formalised procedures for user-centred system design
Part III: Special Topics in Depth
8. The contributions of applied cognitive psychology to the study of human-compute interaction
9. Formal models and techniques in human-computer interaction
10. Designing expert systems for usability
Part IV: Organisational Aspects and Design in Large Systems
11. Organisational issues and task analysis
12. Participation in systems design - what can it offer?
13. Towards a human factors strategy for information technology
Part V: Design and Evaluation - Some Specific Methods
14. A taxonomy and rule base for the selection of interaction styles
15. Designing and evaluating documentation for IT users
16. Evaluating usability
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Human-computer interaction