10.from analysis to design requirements

Read these to prepare for class discussion

  1. Universal principles of design
    The Principle of Constancy, 58
    The Principle of Control, 64
  2. Lindgaard, G., et al. (2006).
    User needs analysis and requirements engineering: Theory and practice.
    Interacting with Computers, 18(1), 47-70.
    Read section 2, pages 50-56 only
  3. Hartson, H. R. (2003).
    Cognitive, physical, sensory, and functional affordances in interaction design.
    Behaviour & Information Technology, 22(5), 315-338.
  4. Norman, D.A. (2008).
    Signifiers, not affordances [Opinion: The way I see it].
    interactions, 15(6), 18-19.

Optional readings which may come up in class discussions

Useful, but not available online

Some specialized hci-related databases and search engines

Some sources of guidelines

Some sources of guidelines and other readings specific web applications

Web guidelines for accessibility; related readings