Human Input to Computer Systems

April 1 2011

Recently, I have been researching the history of the scroll-wheel, where it came from, and why we value it so much, etc. The great ninjas of online search led me to a document from Bill Buxton titled “Human Input to Computer Systems, Theories, Techniques and Technology”. I didn’t read the whole draft of that upcoming book, but I feel this content might be very valuable to interaction designers at large. It has many photos, videos and real product references to support the text.

Have a look at the draft available online. There is also another nice work-in-progress page on his site arranging some of same content in chronological order. And don’t forget to bookmark this great sources and resources page for input systems.

April 7 2011

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