Can anyone please point me to some exhaustive resources that list various
HCI software tools available for the following categories: a) user task
gathering and analysis, b) UI interface development, and c) usability
testing/evaluation on interfaces? For example: DENIM/SILK can be used for
quick prototyping http://dub.washington.edu/denim/research/, TechSmith's
Morae can be used for in-lab usability testing http://www.techsmith.com/morae.asp etc.
> I would expect someone with a Ph.D. in HCI to have excellent research > skills, extensive knowledge of methodologies and theories, and the > ability > to write papers, but I would never assume or expect any more > interactive > design skill than someone without a degree.
That just seems wrong to me. I realize this may be the reality, but it
still seems wrong to me.
Why spend all that time getting a PhD if you end up only being an
academic? How useful is that? I mean...
> on 2/24/04 19:56, id at ourbrisbane.com at id at ourbrisbane.com wrote: > HCI looks at the computer and human in synonymous > terms, > ignoring environmental, physical and sociological variables. > >> On Feb 18, 2004, at 11:19 PM, Dan Saffer wrote: >>> I feel that interaction design has a broader (some would argue less