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1Thissen, F.: Screen-Design-Manual : Communicating Effectively Through Multimedia.Aus dem Deutschen übersetzt von: Rager, J.G.
Berlin : Springer, 2003. 336 S.
Abstract: The "Screen Design Manual" provides designers of interactive media with a practical working guide for preparing and presenting information that is suitable for both their target groups and the media they are using. It describes background information and relationships, clarifies them with the help of examples, and encourages further development of the language of digital media. In addition to the basics of the psychology of perception and learning, ergonomics, communication theory, imagery research, and aesthetics, the book also explores the design of navigation and orientation elements. Guidelines and checklists, along with the unique presentation of the book, support the application of information in practice.
Inhalt: From the contents:.- Basics of screen design.- Navigation and orientation.- Information.- Screen layout.Interaction.- Motivation.- Innovative prospects.- Appendix.Glossary.- Literature.- Index
Anmerkung: Originaltitel: Kompendium Screen-Design
Themenfeld: Suchoberflächen ; Visualisierung
LCSH: User interfaces (Computer systems) ; Interactive multimedia ; Information display systems / Formatting
RSWK: Benutzeroberfläche / Multimedia / Gestaltung
BK: 54.87 / Multimedia ; 06.74 / Informationssysteme
DDC: 005.4/37 / dc22
GHBS: TWPO (SI) ; TZM (HA)
LCC: QA76.9.U83T4913 2004
RVK: ST 325 Informatik / Monographien / Einzelne Anwendungen der Datenverarbeitung / Multimedia ; ST 253 Informatik / Monographien / Software und -entwicklung / Web-Programmierwerkzeuge (A-Z) ; AP 15860 (BVB)
2Kommers, P.A.M. ; Ferreira, A. ; Kwak, A.K.: Document management for hypermedia design.
Berlin : Springer, 1997. X,287 S.
Abstract: Electronic texts offer new ways to store, retrieve, update, and cross-link information. Hypermedia documents require new levels of organization and strict discipline from authors, editors, and managers. This book provides a step-by step guide to all aspects of hypermedia development, from strategic decision-making to editing formats and production methods
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren ; Hypertext
LCSH: Interactive multimedia ; Hypertext systems
RSWK: Hypermedia / Dokumentverarbeitung (21) ; SGML ; Hypertext
3Lennon, J.A.: Hypermedia systems and applications : World Wide Web and beyond.
Berlin : Springer, 1997. XXI,296 S.
Abstract: This is the first comprehensive book on hypermedia nd the WWW that icludes features of the 2nd generation systems. Definitions, history, current technology and problems, leading-edge initiatives, future applications, all these are seen as an unfolding of a millenial communication medium that is not serving but involving even the non-technical person in a very technical world. Much of the promise of hypermedia lies in its applications to education, and this receives prominence in the book. The new hypermedia system 'HyperWave' is described in detail. The book's vision, organization, and easy-to-read style make it suitable as a source for information for the practitioner and the general reader. It may also serve both as a reference book for researchers and as a textbook
Themenfeld: Internet ; Hypertext
LCSH: Interactive multimedia ; World Wide Web (Information retrieval system)
RSWK: Hypermedia ; World wide web
4Rada, R.: Interactive media.
New York : Springer, 1995. IX,242 S.
Abstract: The subject of this book is the relationship between people and interactive media. Written by one of the world's leading experts on this subject, this book explores how hypermedia, groupware, and networks change the way in which people, gropus and organizations work and interact. Its wide-ranging focus discusses the emergence of new technologies and demonstrates by considering real-life case studies the impact each has had on the way we view and interact with colleagues and information. With its emphasis on actual examples of usage, the author provides both practitioners and students with a fascinating glimpse of the future of these media and their applications.
Inhalt: The individual and hypermedia; human-computer interaction - hypertext - multimedia - the group and groupware; group and groupware principles - groupware applications; the organization and networks; the organization - networks and their applications; organizational case studies
Themenfeld: Hypertext ; Multimedia
Compass: Computers / Interactions / With / Humans
LCSH: Interactive multimedia