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1990A Review of Winograd and Flores - Understanding Computers and CognitionDillon, Andrew
1988The role of usability labs in systems designDillon, Andrew
Nov-2004Scary Messages and Content Creep: It's All in a Daily DigestDillon, Andrew
Mar-2002Screenshot InfoMattersDillon, Andrew
2000Spatial semantics and individual differences in the perception of shape in information spaceDillon, Andrew
2000Spatial semantics and individual differences in the perception of shape in information space <HTML>Dillon, Andrew
Sep-2001The state of the professionDillon, Andrew
1993A survey of usability evaluation practices and requirements in the European IT industryDillon, Andrew
May-2005Thin Slicing in Information SpaceDillon, Andrew
Jul-2002Three down, yet more to comeDillon, Andrew
1999TIME - A multi-level framework for the design and evaluation of digital librariesDillon, Andrew
1999TIME - A multi-level framework for the design and evaluation of digital libraries<HTML>Dillon, Andrew
1996TIMS: A framework for the design of usable electronic textDillon, Andrew
1996TIMS: A framework for the design of usable electronic text <HTML>Dillon, Andrew
2001Usability Issues in HypermediaDillon, Andrew
2001User Acceptance of Information TechnologyDillon, Andrew
2003User Interface DesignDillon, Andrew
2003User Interface Design <HTML>Dillon, Andrew
2006Why structure and genre matter to users of digital information: A longitudinal study with readers of a web-based newspaperDillon, Andrew; Vaughan, Misha
2002Writing as Design: Hypermedia and the shape of information spaceDillon, Andrew
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