2005 - ACM Fellow For contributions to interactive programming environments.
His primary areas of investigation include Human–computer interaction, User interface, Programming language, User interface design and Natural user interface. Brad A. Myers works on Human–computer interaction which deals in particular with Usability. His studies deal with areas such as End user and Application programming interface as well as Usability.
His User interface study combines topics in areas such as Computer Aided Design, Computer graphics, Visualization, Software and Data science. The Software study combines topics in areas such as Software engineering and Knowledge management. His Natural user interface course of study focuses on 10-foot user interface and Look and feel and Graphical user interface testing.
Brad A. Myers spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, User interface, Programming language, World Wide Web and Software engineering. In his research on the topic of Human–computer interaction, Controller is strongly related with Mobile device. Much of his study explores User interface relationship to Shell.
His Programming language study frequently links to other fields, such as Code. His World Wide Web research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychology of programming, Software and Macro. His work focuses on many connections between Software engineering and other disciplines, such as Software development, that overlap with his field of interest in Software system.
Brad A. Myers focuses on Usability, Human–computer interaction, Software engineering, Programming language and World Wide Web. Brad A. Myers has included themes like Application programming interface and Formative assessment in his Usability study. Brad A. Myers undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Human–computer interaction and Context in his work.
His work deals with themes such as Blockchain, Software development and Compile time, which intersect with Software engineering. His study ties his expertise on Code together with the subject of Programming language. His End-user development research includes themes of Exploratory programming, Web service and User interface.
Brad A. Myers mainly focuses on Human–computer interaction, Programming language, Usability, Code and Web service. His Human–computer interaction research includes elements of End-user development, Programming by demonstration and Tracing. His study involves State, Java, Undo, Programmer and User interface, a branch of Programming language.
His work carried out in the field of User interface brings together such families of science as Computer literacy, Intensive care and Knowledge management. His research in Code intersects with topics in Software versioning, Creative visualization and Task. His Web service research integrates issues from Process, Metadata, End user and Database.
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Watch what I do: programming by demonstration
Allen Cypher;Daniel C. Halbert;David Kurlander;Henry Lieberman.
Past, present, and future of user interface software tools
Brad Myers;Scott E. Hudson;Randy Pausch.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2000)
A brief history of human-computer interaction technology
Brad A. Myers.
A study in two-handed input
W. Buxton;B. Myers.
human factors in computing systems (1986)
Taxonomies of visual programming and program visualization
Brad A. Myers.
Journal of Visual Languages and Computing (1990)
Survey on user interface programming
Brad A. Myers;Mary Beth Rosson.
human factors in computing systems (1992)
Sketching interfaces: toward more human interface design
J.A. Landay;B.A. Myers.
IEEE Computer (2001)
Garnet: comprehensive support for graphical, highly interactive user interfaces
Brad A. Myers;Dario A. Giuse;Roger B. Dannenberg;Brad Vander Zanden.
IEEE Computer (1990)
Interactive sketching for the early stages of user interface design
James A. Landay;Brad A. Myers.
human factors in computing systems (1995)
An Exploratory Study of How Developers Seek, Relate, and Collect Relevant Information during Software Maintenance Tasks
A.J. Ko;B.A. Myers;M.J. Coblenz;H.H. Aung.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2006)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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