Book by Bill Moggridge about design of human interactions with technology. Features influential designers in each chapter. Site also contains video clips of talks by the designers.
News and discussion about ubiquitous and pervasive computing.
Guide to articles and books on information architecture, interface design, usability, user centered design, and more.
Features abstracted validated bibliographic entries, along with a variety of reference materials.
Open-content, peer-reviewed encyclopedia covering terms from the disciplines of human-computer interaction (HCI), interaction design, usability, information architecture, and related studies.
A resource for exploring the history of human computer interaction beginning with the pioneering work of Douglas Engelbart and his colleagues at Stanford Research Institute in the 1960s.
Provides unbiased thoughts, research, and publications regarding usability on the Internet. Also covers GUIs and artificial intelligence.
Central information resource for matters related to nonlinear magnification (aka fisheye/distortion views).
Contains links and information about human factors, user interface issues, and usable design specific to the Web.