David Benyon mainly investigates Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Interaction design, Usability and World Wide Web. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Context, Information space, Software, Adaptive system and Conceptual blending. His research in Information space intersects with topics in Space syntax, Metaverse, Virtual reality and Metaphor.
David Benyon combines subjects such as Distance education and Web modeling with his study of Multimedia. In his study, Information design is strongly linked to Interactive systems engineering, which falls under the umbrella field of Interaction design. His work on Collaborative filtering as part of general World Wide Web research is frequently linked to Web engineering, Mobile robot navigation and Web Accessibility Initiative, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Usability, World Wide Web and Interaction design. His work carried out in the field of Human–computer interaction brings together such families of science as User interface, Sense of place and Information space. His Information space research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social navigation, Space and Metaphor.
He has included themes like Context, Blended spaces and Auditory display in his Multimedia study. His research on Usability frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Software. His The Internet and Web modeling investigations are all subjects of World Wide Web research.
His primary scientific interests are in Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, User experience design, Blended spaces and Tourism. The concepts of his Human–computer interaction study are interwoven with issues in Visualization and Embodied cognition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Multidisciplinary approach and Studio in addition to Embodied cognition.
His Multimedia research integrates issues from Mixed reality, Space, Persona and Context. His User experience design research includes themes of Interaction design and Conceptual blending, Blending inheritance. As part of the same scientific family, David Benyon usually focuses on Blended spaces, concentrating on Agency and intersecting with Semantics, Cognitive science, Semiotics and Cognitive semantics.
User experience design, Multimedia, Human–computer interaction, Conceptual blending and Interaction design are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on User experience design, David Benyon often connects relevant subjects like World Wide Web. His work deals with themes such as Mixed reality, Space, Blended spaces and Context, which intersect with Multimedia.
The Human–computer interaction study combines topics in areas such as User interface and Embodied cognition. David Benyon has researched Conceptual blending in several fields, including Ubiquitous computing, Critical design, Empirical research and Social space. His Interaction design research includes elements of Call centre, Multi-touch and Knowledge management.
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Jenny Preece;Yvonne Rogers;Helen Sharp;David Benyon.
Designing Interactive Systems: People, Activities, Contexts, Technologies
David Benyon;Phil Turner;Susan Turner.
A Guide to Usability: Human Factors in Computing
Jenny Preece;David Benyon.
Adaptive systems: A solution to usability problems
User Modeling and User-adapted Interaction (1993)
Social Navigation of Information Space.
Alan J Munro;Kristina Höök;David Benyon.
Designing information spaces: the social navigation approach
Kristina Höök;David Benyon;Alan J. Munro;Dan Diaper.
Designing information spaces: the social navigation approach (2003)
Applying user modeling to human-computer interaction design
David Benyon;Dianne Murray.
Artificial Intelligence Review (1993)
Adaptive systems: from intelligent tutoring to autonomous agents
David Benyon;Dianne Murray;Dianne Murray.
Knowledge Based Systems (1993)
Designing Interactive Systems : A Comprehensive Guide to HCI, UX and Interaction Design
Designing with Blends: Conceptual Foundations of Human-Computer Interaction and Software Engineering
Manuel Imaz;David Benyon.
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