Kayenda T. Johnson, Ph.D.

2008 Industrial and Systems Engineering Virginia Polytechnic and State University, United States 
Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Design and Decorative Arts, Black Studies, African American Studies
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Tonya L. Smith-Jackson grad student 2008 Virginia Tech
 (Process, Preference and Performance: Considering Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Status in Computer Interface Metaphor Design.)
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Johnson KT, Smith-Jackson TL. (2009) A human factors view of the digital divide Handbook of Research On Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing An Equitable and Competitive Information Society. 606-629
Johnson KT. (2004) An interface design methodology: Scenario based design extended for diverse computer user groups Proceedings - 2004 Ieee Symposium On Visual Languages and Human Centric Computing. 275-276
Johnson KT. (2003) Effects of socio-economic status on interface metaphor use and computer performance Proceedings - 2003 Ieee Symposium On Human Centric Computing Languages and Environments, Hcc 2003. 275-276
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