The web has a vast amount of information about HCI, and this page
has links to just some of the available resources.
The HCI Bibilography contains bibliographic records of vast amounts
of published work on HCI, which is searchable from this site. The
site also has information about HCI, links to other web sites and
some developer resources.
This site contains a long list of HCI research labs, academic,
government and industrial. The list is grouped by country and
This site is a guide to statistical mathematics for HCI researchers. Written by Alan Dix, this site conatins discussions, demonstrations and a good selection of links.
University of Waikato Usability Laboratory
This site describes the facilities at here at Waikato. The site
includes usability guidelines, stuidies you can participate in,
information about how to set up a study, and contact details for the
lab itself if you would like help running a study.
Useit.com is the homepage of usability guru Jakob Nielsen, and
contains links to his Alertbox column on web usability, web books on
usability and usability news. This site is searchable.
Ease of Use
This site comtaims IBM's ideas about usability. It presents usability
from developer, marketing and user perspectives, and has a wealth of
resources, including guidelines, stories, and template documents.
Provides a good basic overview of usability and has a lot of
information about web usability and how to achieve it. Also has a
good basic overview of accessibility for the disabled.
Links to up-to-date news from industry about usability issues. Also
has a good list of up-coming conferences and current calls-for-papers.
The ACM's special interest group in computer human interaction.
This site has news relating to ACM HCI activities, conference links
and the ACM publications on HCI.
This association is for those working in the field of usability,
they hold their own conference every year, and have a
consultant's directory. The site has a good resource list and a job
British HCI Group
The HCI arm of the British Computer Society. Their site has links
to news conferences and resources on the web. They also have
consultant services and a good list of where there is training
available in Britain in the field of HCI.