Three Faces of Human-Computer Interaction

J. Grudin
2005 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
Human-computer interaction is considered a core element of computer science. Yet it has not coalesced; many researchers who identify their focus as human-computer interaction reside in other fields. I examine the origins and evolution of three HCI research foci: computer operation, information systems management, and discretionary use. I describe efforts to find common ground and forces that have kept them apart.
doi:10.1109/mahc.2005.67 fatcat:hz256frwefg7vkq2bsmuv3w6ju