Human Computer Interaction (HCI) has its roots in the main areas of industrial engineering, human factors and cognitive psychology with the focus on the development of user-friendly IT. Traditionally, the research in this area has emphasised the technological aspect of this relationship (the Computer). More recently, other aspects concerning the organizational, social and human context also began to be considered (the Human). Today, one can say that any attempt to facilitate the relationship between the machine and the user must consider not only the technological perspective (e.g., promote the usability) but also, for instance, the way the user is going to use the technology and his or her purpose as well as the social and cultural context of this use (the Human and the Computer).(an early, first-stage implementation of e-commerce) is not as extensively impacted as the organization that participates in ... involves transactions that cross firm boundaries, while e- business concerns use of digital technologies for processes within the firma thus ... or distributing in print or electronic forms without written Laudon, K., aamp; Traver, C. (2001). e-Commerce: Business, technology, society.
|Title||:||Issues of Human Computer Interaction|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2005-01-01|