ABOUT BEN SHNEIDERMAN
Ben Shneiderman is a professor of computer science at the University of Maryland where he specializes in human-computer interaction and design. His recent work has been in information visualization. Shneiderman has made many important contributions to computer science over a long career, including developing the idea of Nassi-Shneiderman diagrams, a graphical design representation for structured programming, and his Eight Golden Rules for Interface Design. He is a Fellow of the ACM, AAAS, IEEE and NAE.
BEN SHNEIDERMAN ARTICLES (1)
Computer Pioneers: Photos from the Field
December 11, 2013Text, photos and captions by Ben Shneiderman. Selection of pioneers and their photos by CHM senior curator, Dag Spicer. The vibrant social processes of science are dramatically visible at conferences, workshops, seminars, and other gatherings of... Read More