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Magazines and journals that have covered Web ease-of-use issues.

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JoDI: Journal of Digital Information

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June 1, 2000


Empirical Studies of WWW Usability
IJHCI call for papers, submissions were due October 4, 1999.

International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction special issue calling for empirical studies (both quantitative and qualitative), case studies and special experiences demonstrating the (in)effectiveness of the web for sharing information, conducting business, and collaborating with colleagues.

Some topics of submissions could be studies about:

  • techniques to support effective navigation
  • when and how graphics, animation, or other media can be used to increase usability
  • evaluations of alternative techniques to support accessibility
  • differences between information dissemination and e-commerce

Contact the guest editor, Andrew Sears, if you have questions.

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July 15, 1999


WWWJ: Advancing HTML - Style and Substance
Multimedia guidelines, usability engineering and disabled access.

Winter, 1996, issue of the WWW Journal.

Destination: WWW Journal (5)
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July 24, 1997


NetWorker Magazine
"The craft of network computing".

Published by ACM. The editorial board has some big names from the HCI field, so you know it will be covering the human side.

Destination: ACM (14)
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July 24, 1997


IJHCS Web Usability Special Issue
The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies special issue on Web usability.


World Wide Web usability: introduction to this special issue.

Designing information-abundant web sites: issues and recommendation.

Fourth generation hypermedia: some missing links for the World Wide Web.

Virtual hierarchies and virtual networks: some lessons from hypermedia usability research applied to the World Wide Web.

How people revisit web pages: empirical findings and implications for the design of history systems.

Gentler: a tool for systematic web authoring.

Dialogical techniques for the design of web sites.

Experience with developing multimedia courseware for the World Wide Web: the need for better tools and clear pedagogy.

Topic: Hypermedia (10)
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July 24, 1997

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