This volume explores the area of engineering for human-computer interaction. The following topics are discussed in detail: formal methods; tools; the future and multimedia; architectures; architectures for CSCW; and design. Other more specialized areas are also examined, such as the human context, how to make formal methods more useful, rapid implementation and development, usability testing and CSCW mini scenarios. The book also provides a discussion of research results from a range of international authors. This volume contains the proceedings of the Working Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction organized by the International Federation of Information Processing and held at Yellowstone Park, USA, in August 1995. It should be of interest to students, researchers and professionals working in the field of human-computer interaction.