PhD Readings

August 30, 2012

 

Technique of Film and Video Editing: History, Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition

By Ken Dancyger

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PhD Book Reading: Measuring the User Experience

May 24, 2011


The Power of PenPoint (chapter1)

April 27, 2011

“PenPoint is a new operating system designed and built from the ground up by GO Corporation for the unique requirements of mobile, pen-based computers.”

from “The Power of PenPoint“: chapter1 (1991) by Robert Carr, Dan Shafer


PhD reading: Research Methods for HCI

February 23, 2011

Today, I have finished the reading of Research Methods for Human-Computer Interaction. It gives you a nice overview about the research methods for HCI but if you want know more about each method you should go for further literature (each chapter has a further reading section).  Personally, I strongly recommend the reading of chapter 9 (Theoretical analysis and theory creation), by Alan Dix, and chapter 10 (Write now!), by Harold Thimbleby, for final MSc students and first year PhD student that will research, fully or partially, on HCI topics.  Chapter 9 is perfect to make you think about your research work and research in general. 😉


Late night reading…

July 20, 2010

Designing Interactions: Bill Moggridge – MIT PRESS


One more interesting book…

November 5, 2009

Research Methods for Human-Computer Interaction

by Anna L. Cox (and Ann Blandford, Paul Cairns, Anne Adams, Natalie Webb, Tony Renshaw, David Peebles, Michael Harrison, Jose Creissac Campos, Karsten Loer, Peter Lunt, Thomas Green, Alan Dix, Harold Thimbleby)

Cambridge University Press, 2008


An interesting book

September 21, 2009

The Myth of the Paperless Office

Abigail J. Sellen and Richard H. R. Harper

2003 – MIT Press