What’s Love Got to Do with It? (Issue 1.3)

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Winter 2002

  • What’s Love Got to Do With It?
    Why emotions and aspirations matter in person-centered design.
    by Ross C. Teague and Hunter X. Whitney
  • Instructive Interaction
    Making interfaces self-teaching means following the principles of anticipatory learning, explorability, predictability and guidance.
    by Larry L. Constantine and Lucy A. D. Lockwood
  • Imagining the New Computing
    Human needs and the new computing technologies.
    by Ben Shneiderman
  • Return on Investment for Usable UI Design
    Examples and statistics help make the case for usable user interfaces. It’s smart business.
    by Aaron Marcus
  • Glucose Monitor Evaluation
    An easy-to-use handheld device makes life better for diabetics.
    by Brian K. Smith
  • B2B Is Really People2People
    Can “mom and pop” teach business how to improve the customer experience?.
    by Susan K. Andros
  • Book Review: Built for Use
    If you want to obtain management support of user-centered design, read Karen Donoghues’s Built for Use .
    Reviewed by Scott E. Schoeling
UX Magazine, . (2002). What’s Love Got to Do with It? (Issue 1.3). User Experience Magazine, 1(4).
Retrieved from http://www.uxpamagazine.org/1-3/

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