Harold Thimbleby mostly deals with Human–computer interaction, User interface, Multimedia, Usability and World Wide Web. His study on Interactive systems engineering and Interaction design is often connected to Observational study and Active engagement as part of broader study in Human–computer interaction. His work in User interface addresses issues such as Formal specification, which are connected to fields such as Formal methods.
His work in Multimedia addresses subjects such as Process, which are connected to disciplines such as Reference model and Software. In general Usability, his work in Pluralistic walkthrough is often linked to Route inspection problem linking many areas of study. His User interface design study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Affordance, Social affordance and Action.
Harold Thimbleby spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, User interface, Usability, World Wide Web and User interface design. Harold Thimbleby works mostly in the field of Human–computer interaction, limiting it down to topics relating to Multimedia and, in certain cases, Mobile device. His User interface research incorporates elements of Formal methods, Software engineering, State, Interface and Software.
His work carried out in the field of Usability brings together such families of science as Theoretical computer science and Internet privacy. His specific area of interest is World Wide Web, where Harold Thimbleby studies Hypertext. His is doing research in Natural user interface and Interface metaphor, both of which are found in User interface design.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human–computer interaction, User interface, User interface design, Software and SAFER. Particularly relevant to Interaction design is his body of work in Human–computer interaction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Executable, Formal methods, Usability, Set and Electronic media.
His Software research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Process, Hazard and Identification. The study incorporates disciplines such as Patient harm and Data mining in addition to SAFER. His Multimedia research incorporates themes from Annotation, World Wide Web, Mobile device and Note-taking.
His primary areas of study are Human–computer interaction, User interface, User interface design, SAFER and Formal methods. The Human–computer interaction study combines topics in areas such as Simple, Multimedia, Interface, User requirements document and Range. Harold Thimbleby has researched User interface in several fields, including Executable, World Wide Web, Embedded system, Set and Software.
In his study, Note-taking is strongly linked to Interaction Styles, which falls under the umbrella field of World Wide Web. His research in User interface design intersects with topics in mHealth, Formal verification, Quality and Interaction design. His Formal methods research includes themes of Software bug and User interface specification.
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User interface design
Improving mobile internet usability
George Buchanan;Sarah Farrant;Matt Jones;Harold Thimbleby.
the web conference (2001)
Validating the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) tool cross-culturally
Lidia Oshlyansky;Paul Cairns;Harold Thimbleby.
BCS-HCI '07 Proceedings of the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference on People and Computers: HCI...but not as we know it - Volume 2 (2007)
Technology and the future of healthcare.
Journal of Public Health Research (2013)
Formal methods in human-computer interaction
M. D. Harrison;Harold Thimbleby.
The directed Chinese Postman Problem
Harold W. Thimbleby.
Software - Practice and Experience (2003)
A Framework for Modelling Trojans and Computer Virus Infection
Harold W. Thimbleby;Stuart Anderson;Paul A. Cairns.
The Computer Journal (1998)
Usability analysis with Markov models
Harold Thimbleby;Paul Cairns;Matt Jones.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2001)
Reducing number entry errors: solving a widespread, serious problem
Harold Thimbleby;Paul Cairns.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2010)
Sorting Out Searching on Small Screen Devices
Matt Jones;George Buchanan;Harold W. Thimbleby.
human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services (2002)
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