Behavior & Information Technology (BIT) puts people before technology. It is one of the leading publications for research in the human aspects of information technology. Information technology goes far beyond the Internet and World Wide Web, and powers telecommunications (both mobile and fixed), office and industrial systems, consumer products and entertainment.
BIT reports original research studies, practical case studies, and thoughtful articles on:
• usability and user experience
• human computer interaction
• human/user-centred design
• the social, business and human aspects of the digital world.
Papers are fully refereed and come from a variety of disciplines, including usability, user experience, psychology, ergonomics, computer science, sociology and management. The Journal attracts a diverse range of international authors and readers from researchers in universities and leading industry research labs, to product and system designers.