Human-Centered Informatics

SERIES EDITOR: John M. Carroll, Penn State University
Human-Centered Informatics (HCI) is the intersection of the cultural, the social, the cognitive, and the aesthetic with computing and information technology. It encompasses a huge range of issues, theories, technologies, designs, tools, environments and human experiences in knowledge, work, recreation and leisure activity, teaching and learning, and the potpourri of everyday life. The series publishes state-of-the-art syntheses, case studies, and tutorials in key areas. It shares the focus of leading international conferences in HCI.

Series ISSN: 1946-7680 (print) 1946-7699 (electronic)

Editor Bios


Designed Technologies for Healthy Aging Designed Technologies for Healthy Aging
Claudia B. Rebola
Designed Technologies for Healthy Aging identifies and presents a variety of contemporary technologies to support older adults' abilities to perform everyday activities. Efforts of industry, laboratories, and learning institutions are document...
Publication Date: 01/01/2015

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Interactive Technologies for Autism Interactive Technologies for Autism
Julie A. Kientz, Matthew Goodwin, Gillian R. Hayes, Gregory D. Abowd
Development, deployment, and evaluation of interactive technologies for individuals with autism have been rapidly increasing over the last decade. There is great promise for the use of these types of technologies to enrich interventions, facilitate c...
Publication Date: 11/01/2013

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Patient-Centered Design of Cognitive Assistive Technology for Traumatic Brain Injury Telerehabilitation Patient-Centered Design of Cognitive Assistive Technology for Traumatic Brain Injury Telerehabilitation
Elliot Cole
Computer software has been productive in helping individuals with cognitive disabilities. Personalizing the user interface is an important strategy in designing software for these users, because of the barriers created by conventional user interfaces...
Publication Date: 03/01/2013

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Zero Effort Technologies Zero Effort Technologies
Alex Mihailidis, Jennifer Boger, Jesse Hoey, Tizneem Jiancaro
This book introduces zero-effort technologies (ZETs), an emerging class of technology that requires little or no effort from the people who use it. ZETs use advanced techniques, such as computer vision, sensor fusion, decision-making and planning, an...
Publication Date: 01/01/2011

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Design and the Digital Divide Design and the Digital Divide
Alan F. Newell
Demographic trends and increasing support costs means that good design for older and disabled people is an economic necessity, as well as a moral imperative. Alan Newell has been described as "a visionary who stretches the imagination of all of us" a...
Publication Date: 01/01/2011

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