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Description - Intuitive Interaction by Alethea Blackler

This book explores recent research in intuitive interaction worldwide by a range of leading academics and practitioners in the field. It builds on past work as it ventures into new areas, such as how users perceive intuitiveness of an interface, how people experience intuitive interaction subjectively, and how we can use such understanding to design more engaging experiences. The book addresses how intuitive interaction is understood in different academic disciplines and how it has been researched in various parts of the world over the last 18 years. It covers how intuitive interaction can be applied in different contexts, like large scale urban installations, the developing world, in older populations, and in various industry applications.

Features:

  • Presents varied approaches to intuitive interaction research and application
  • Illustrates how to understand and apply intuitive interaction to interfaces
  • Provides a mix of academic and industry perspectives
  • Explores a variety of contexts for application of intuitive interaction
  • Encompasses design, IT, business, and psychological approaches

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781138053977
ISBN-10: 113805397X
Format: Hardback
(235mm x 156mm x mm)
Pages: 232
Imprint: CRC Press
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publish Date: 2-Jul-2018
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Alethea Blackler

Associate Professor Alethea Blackler (PhD) is Head of Discipline in Industrial Design at QUT. Her principle area of research interest is intuitive interaction, in which she is one of the world leaders. She pioneered the first empirical work in the field, and has led an Australian Research Council Discovery project on Facilitating Intuitive Interaction for Older People. She recently edited a special issue of the Oxford University Press journal Interacting with Computers on Intuitive Interaction and is continuing work on developing design methodology for intuitive interaction as well as applying intuitive interaction into other areas, such as gaming, children, navigation and expertise. She is also working in the area of older people and technology and design for dementia (as part of a EU Horizon 2020 grant). She has published extensively, been invited to give presentations internationally and is the recipient of several awards(a.blackler@qut.edu.au).

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