Essential readings (research papers, books, articles) in HCI history

21 Oct 2011 - 1:24am
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ruwanego
2011

I am new to the field of HCI. I need to get a grip on basic concepts, theories and fundamentals in the field of HCI. Can you suggest me some readings that influenced the advancement of HCI throughout the history? (readings I can get a thorough understanding of basic building blocks of HCI). They can be anything from research papers to books to informal write-ups. Thank You!

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13 Oct 2012 - 6:22pm
warunacds
2012

Hi ,

This is may be a too late reply, but anyway. 

Good places to start is , you can take a online HCI course at coursera.org, taught by scott klammer one of respect academics in the field , from stanford. 

Designing Interactions by Bill moggridge is good book, also

Interaction Design, beyond human computer interaction, http://www.id-book.com

http://www.interaction-design.org web site is also a good resource.

good luck,

cheers,

Waruna.

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