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Indexes are collections of links to Internet resources on a particular topic. The landscape of HCI indexes keeps changing rapidly. Established indexes are being discontinued and new indexes are emerging.

This section includes only major indexes. Many HCI sites also maintain smaller lists of HCI-related links.

HCI Index
By Hans de Graaff
The HCI Index contains links in eight categories:

  • Books
  • Communication
  • Conferences
  • Groups
  • Organizations
  • Publications
  • Tools
  • Other resources

By Gary Perlman
HCI-Sites lists some 900 links in 17 categories:

  • Bibliography
  • Columns
  • Companies
  • Consultants
  • Events
  • Guidelines
  • History
  • Humor
  • Indexes
  • Journals
  • Laboratories
  • Mail
  • Newsgroups
  • Organizations
  • People
  • Publishers
  • Resources

Human-Computer Interaction Resources on the Net
By Mikael Ericsson
This index lists resources in four main categories, each of which is divided into several topics:

  • "What's up?": Theses In Progress (TIP) List; HCI Jobs; HCI Calendar of Events
  • WWW Homes: Research Labs and Projects; Companies and Consultants; Organizations/Associations; HCI People
  • Resource Collections: HCI Collections/Indices (General); Conferences and Other Events; Bibliographies and Publications; Newsgroups
  • Miscellaneous: Method and Process; Guidelines, Styleguides, Standards; CSCW; Education (Online Courses); Software/Tools; WWW-Related Issues; Other

Human-Computer Interaction Resources on the Net is no longer being maintained.

Usable Web
Guide to Web Usability Resources
By Keith Instone
Usable Web is "a collection of links about information architecture, human factors, user interface issues, and usable design specific to the World Wide Web." It contains over 1400 links in seven main categories:

  • Methods
  • Design Tips
  • Calendar of Events
  • Strategic
  • Issues
  • Profession
  • Technology

Usable Web is no longer being maintained.