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  • Taschenbuch: 575 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 2 (31. Januar 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1449379702
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449379704
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,4 x 23,3 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 22.052 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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For more than a decade, Jenifer Tidwell has been designing and building user interfaces for a variety of industry verticals, often in the Java programming language. She has experience in designing both desktop and Web applications. As a user interface designer at The MathWorks, Jenifer was instrumental in a redesign of the charting and visualization UI of MATLAB, which is used by researchers, students, and engineers worldwide to develop cars, planes, proteins, and theories about the universe. In 2007 E-consultancy.com reported that O'Reilly author Jenifer Tidwell is one of their "top ten user experience gurus."

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von mko am 26. Juli 2011
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Patterns are present within IT industry for quite some time. Typically, books related to patterns application refer to particular language and present patterns either using either the language they refer to or using UML. Jenifer takes a different approach. Instead of providing reader with technology specific solution she shows how different UI related aspects can be organized and turned into reusable patterns. In first chapter, you will find description of various motives that drive users. This is the entry point for the rest of the book. How to react correctly to user's requirements (expectations) is a leading motive of the book. Following chapters focus on various aspects of UI design (e.g. navigating, retrieving user's input, presenting data, listing data). What is worth mentioning here is that Jenifer doesn't bind solutions to a particular technology or operating system. She tries to diversify and cover most common user environments. Of course, she shows examples that are based on real applications but these are used rather as an example instead of being one and only one proper solution.

What I like in the book is the way Jenifer presents the patterns. She goes with them, one by one, using structured schema: what will be covered by particular pattern, when is it used, why is it used, how should you use it, how does it look like (by example), and the reference to other sources mentioning given pattern. In general, this is good book, however I think that some conclusions are not solidly proven (especially related to user's behavior). On the other hand, UI efficiency is not something that you can easily prove.
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Klare Botschaften, gute Beispiele und eine gelungene Struktur. Das Buch wendet sich an alle Ratsuchenden, die Anregungen, Beispiele und Ratschläge für die Benutzerführung und Gestaltung in der Planungsphase von Webseiten, Anwendungen oder Apps suchen.
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0 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Keeeb G. am 11. Februar 2013
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Ein sehr gutes und Umfangreiches Buch zur Usability. Hat mir bei meiner Diplomarbeit sehr geholfen. Leider vermisse ich auch hier, wie bei so vielen anderen Büchern über Usability etwas mehr Bezug auf die neusten und modernsten Technologien.
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0 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von mat0r am 24. August 2013
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Lahm wie eine Ente so ist das Buch. Internet affine Menschen werden nicht verstehen das heute zu Tage selbstverständliche Begriffe und Konzepte erklärt werden. Mir scheint das Buch möchte sich an Profis richten aber ist für absolute Laien geschrieben.
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Not for Implementors & Developers (2nd Ed.) 20. März 2011
Von Clint Pachl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
WHAT THIS BOOK *IS*:

This book is a complete overview of about 100 UI patterns. Each pattern is given 2-5 pages where the "What", "Use When", "Why", "How", and "Examples" are discussed and illustrated. The presentation is very elementary. For example, if you know when and why to use pagination, alphabet scrollers, toolbars, date pickers, progress indicators, local zooming, multi-selection trees, or sharing widgets (a new pattern in 2ndEd), you probably won't find much value in this book.

The physical quality of the book is excellent. You will most likely be disappointed if viewing this title on a B&W Kindle. Literally, half the book is loaded with full-color, real-life examples of every pattern. The paper pages are thick and heavy.

WHAT THIS BOOK *IS NOT*:

This book will not provide implementation details or overall design concepts (i.e. effectively combining patterns to achieve some targeted overall user experience).

I primarily purchased this book for Chapter 8, "Getting Input from Users: Forms and Controls." I'm currently in the process of redesigning our shopping cart and checkout forms and thought this book may provide some value in my research. As a web developer (front-end & back-end), I was disappointed. I found much more useful information on modern, standards compliance, UI design blogs.

WHY 4 STARS?

I believe the author accomplishes her goal of documenting, with several examples, every conceivable UI pattern in use today, thus the 4 stars. The book is great for the right audience. However, and I quote the author from her own References section, "If you're looking for more depth than this book can provide, the following list can offer some good starting points." She then lists 24 titles, several of which I own. My favorite title in her list is Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 2nd Edition.
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The quint-essential UI Guide 24. Januar 2011
Von Doron Katz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jennifer Tidwell presents an essential guide to how to plan the User Interface of your project, whether it be for a website or mobile. Presented in a consistent sequence, the book adds a great wealth of knowledge to the why and what sort of layouts to design, and for someone like me who is a keen mobile developer, being able to supplement Apple's Human Interface Guide with the reasoning is gold. The author identifies the patterns and best practices, an evolution of common problems into a complete useable framework.

The transference of patterns of interaction that are most common in the usability engineer's toolkit is composed into the entire UI canvas, decomposed into visual components, along with the actions that support it, to allow a developer to break down the interface problem into a cookbook for various customisations.
For example, the author first identifies the patterns based on human behaviour, followed by organisation of the content and information based on whether the requirement is a single task/thing, list of things and whether it is a time-sensitive problem (such as news streams). She then further breaks down the patterns according to What, Use When, Why, How along with Examples.

The book even presents Use Cases throughout some of its patterns, and the book is very thorough, detailed and lengthy but it allows you to refer to certain elements you are working on, from the general layout to specific positioning of buttons and input fields, progress indications and so forth.
I normally do not go for UI books, I find them quite inessential but after looking at the benefits of having a UI that is easy to use and matches the intuition of the users (rather than myself), this book is what will be the difference between a good app and a great application. In a competitive app selling environment, reducing negative feedback is based on how well you respond to your customers and this book will get you there.
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Excellent Designer Resource 14. Oktober 2013
Von Mr. Word Sponge - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Detailed, articulate and full of stellar examples. This book should be on every designer's bookshelf. Very good value. Author provides alternative names to patterns, history of patterns that have evolved and ample links to the work of other authors. She did a great job researching these patterns and was consistent in her presentation. Highly recommend this book.
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Not "Just" Patterns 14. Juli 2013
Von Paula Abilheira - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is an invaluable resource. Before the pattern examples, there are not only descriptions, but best practices. It isn't limited to one application. All possible applications are discussed—web, web applications, mobile, etc.

The first two chapters before getting into the patterns themselves are also invaluable for those new to UI/UX.
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Excellent book on (user) interface design... 28. September 2011
Von Rob Wehrli - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When I first saw this title, I was thinking programmatic interfaces and not user interfaces. As I browsed through the pages of this book, I was pleasantly surprised that it presented me with a lot of ideas for presenting data besides the various bar, line, pie and scatter charts/plots that accompany a popular spreadsheet application.

One of the most useful features is a summary of controls and their pros and cons for using them in your own UIs. Having this for a new UI designer or as a constant reminder for veterans easily simplifies the task of selecting the right data presentation and selection model for your specific needs based on the merits of the control versus simply the available space or aesthetics.

I like the book, the logical organization of content and the writer's depth of experience in designing UIs, both in conventional applications and web-based presentations. Something that you don't get from this kind of review is the depth of content in such well-written and concise sentence structures that strip away the fluff (often over-used in the UI design world) and delivers the meaningful package of data that a practiced, mentally-organized and prepared author delivers where others often fail. This is an artful blending of the medium and the information without simply promoting the salacious simply because it is so compelling.
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