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Principles and Guidelines. Provides guidance for both the design of traditional interfaces, such as menus and fill-in forms implemented on character-based screens, and for the design of state-of-the-art user interfaces such as direct manipulation interfaces including graphics, color, windows, and pointing devices.

Here's a comprehensive sourcebook, filled with concrete design guidelines for developing clear software interfaces. In it, readers will find practical guidelines including the high level conceptual model, dialog styles, organization of functionality to support user tasks, and effective error handling. Lists with This Book.

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Deborah Mayhew & Associates, West Tisbury, MA. Publication: · Book. Principles and guidelines in software user interface design. Deborah J. Mayhew, Managing the design of the user interface, Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems: common ground, . 44-345, April 13-18, 1996, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

A comprehensive sourcebook of practical guidelines for developing clear software user interfaces. List coherently the do's and don'ts of interface design. The kind of stuff you think you know but don't practice

A comprehensive sourcebook of practical guidelines for developing clear software user interfaces. The kind of stuff you think you know but don't practice. Actually give reasons why you should do it 'her' way but undeniably well-founded. I have used it for teaching HCI for several years now though not as a text book. One fault is that the lists of guidelines are endless.

The principles of user interface design are intended to improve the quality of user interface design.

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Here's a comprehensive sourcebook, filled with concrete design guidelines for developing clear software interfaces. In it, readers will find practical guidelines including the high level conceptual model, dialog styles, organization of functionality to support user tasks, and effective error handling. Suitable for novice and experienced software development professionals. Based on extensive research in human computer interaction. Provides guidance for both the design of traditional interfaces, such as menus and fill-in forms implemented on character-based screens, and for the design of state-of-the-art user interfaces such as direct manipulation interfaces including graphics, color, windows, and pointing devices.e


Comments: (3)

Syleazahad
I like it
Brightfury
There are many information about software user interface.
For example, in Introduction the items are as follows,
user compatibility
product compatibility
task compatibility
work flow compatibility
consistency
familiarity
simplicity
direct manipulation
control
WYSIWYG = what you see is what you get
flexibility
responsiveness
invisible technology
robustness
protection
ease of learning and ease of use
and their trade offs
Pemand
Good book. List coherently the do's and don'ts of interface design. The kind of stuff you think you know but don't practice. Actually give reasons why you should do it 'her' way but undeniably well-founded. I have used it for teaching HCI for several years now though not as a text book. One fault is that the lists of guidelines are endless. This is always the way with guidelines since they are so easy to give but difficult to follow or to interpret how one should implement the guideline. Still, I commend her section on mental models and screen layout. In particular the latter topic is still relevant despite the progress since publication.
Principles and Guidelines in Software User Interface Design download epub
Programming
Author: Deborah J. Mayhew
ISBN: 0137219296
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (October 11, 1991)
Pages: 544 pages