Articles by Dianne Murray
Ms. Murray has been active in the HCI field since 1979, with a joint degree in CS and Psychology. As a research scientist, she carried out early work in adaptive interfaces. She has held a Senior Fellowship and is a long-time educator in HCI and SE. She is a highly experienced usability consultant and was Editor in Chief of the journal Interacting with Computers.
Introduction to the Special Issue: Nigel Bevan—An Appreciation
Introduction We see this Special Issue, dedicated to the memory of Dr. Nigel Bevan, as having four purposes. One is that it will provide a lasting legacy for Nigel as an outstanding scientist and one of the kindest, most humane human beings either of us have ever met. He was the most thorough scientist one […] [Read More]