Recognition

Recognition is how the brain manages to ultimately deduce an object class and carry forward previous learning about it. Without recognition there is no meaning. PDF  Next is Lesson 5. Thought.

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Context

Context is the processing assumptions the brain has already made before information is consciously analyzed. Designers must never forget context. PDF  Next is Lesson 3. Intuition.

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Attention

Attention is how the brain decides from all the information coming in, what to process further, into meaning. Designers use attention cues to help their viewers focus.  PDF  Next is Lesson 2. Context.

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Introduction to HCI

HCI is human computer interaction. The Human Centered approach to software design is based on software working with people, not replacing them, in a “Best of both worlds” approach. PDF has links. Next is Lesson 1. Attention
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