CS 552. User Interface Design

Bibliography on Menus and Layout


Arthur D. Fisk, Mark W. Scerbo and Richard Kobylak, "Relative Value of Pictures and Text in Conveying Information: Performance and Memory Evaluations," in Proceedings of the Human Factors Society - 31st Annual Meeting, 1986, pp. 1269-1272.

John I. Kiger, "The Depth-Breadth Trade-off in the Design of Menu-driven User Interfaces," International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1984, 20, pp. 201-213.

Kent L. Norman, Linda J. Weldon and Ben Shneiderman, "Cognitive Layouts of Windows and Multiple Screens for User Interfaces," International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1986, 25, pp. 229-248.

Stanley R. Parkinson, Norwood Sisson and Kathleen Snowberry, "Organization of Broad Computer Menu Displays," International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1985, 23, pp. 689-697.

Ricky E. Savage and James K. Habinek, "A Multilevel Menu-Driven User Interface: Design and Evaluation through Simulation," in John C. Thomas and Michael L. Schneider, eds, Human Factors in Computer Systems, Ablex, 1984, pp. 165-186.

Cheickna Sylla, Colin Drury and A. J. G. Babu, "A Human Factors Design Investigation of a Computerized Layout System of Text-Graphic Technical Materials," Human Factors, 1988, 30(3), pp. 347-358.

Jayson M. Webb and Arthur F. Kramer, "Learning Hierarchical Menu Systems: A Comparative Investigation of Analogical and Pictorial Formats," in Proceedings of the Human Factors Society - 31st Annual Meeting, 1987, pp. 978-982.