This work provides both a theoretical background and practical guidelines in the area of design and developments of interactive multimedia systems. It consists of examples and sample case studies covering the design and development process steps. The Murray Library. St Peter's Library.
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This work provides both a theoretical background and practical guidelines in the area of design and developments of interactive multimedia systems.
It consists of examples and sample case studies covering the design and development process steps. The Murray Library. St Peter's Library. Skip to Content. Help My Account My Lists. Catalogue Designing interactive multimedia systems. Designing interactive multimedia systems Dastbaz, M. Paperback , Book. Published London: McGraw-Hill, c Available at St Peter's Library. This item is not reservable because: There are no reservable copies for this title.
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Physical Description : xii, p. Subject : Interactive multimedia Design. Contents 1 Historical Overview 2 Application areas for interactive multimedia studies 3 Multimedia, hypertext and hypermedia 4 Multimedia Hardware 5 Multimedia enabling software and media integration issues 6 Multimedia Authoring tools 7 Human-computer interaction 8 An overview of software design methods 9 Design and development of interactive multimedia systems IMS 10 A brief overview of different evaluation methodologies 11 The internet and the WWW 12 Mobile multimedia - A glance at the future.
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Designing Interactive Multimedia
ISBN 13: 9780077098636
The book's theoretical backbone provides in-depth discussion of HCI, looking particularly at user interface design and related issues, such as usability engineering and the use of metaphor in the interface design. This is then supported and enhanced by coverage of the practical issues of designing and developing such systems, looking specifically at media integration, hypermedia design models, multimedia authoring tools and the design and development process. Finally, the book addresses the future trends within the multimedia environment, including the development of M-commerce and mobile multimedia technology. Convert currency.