In Interface Culture, Johnson has found a way to reach the rest of us when it comes to connecting the human race to the world of computer technology. Fear comes from the unknown and Johnson, through the linking of technology, culture and history, offers the newcomer to computer technology a sense of familiarity. To experienced users and developers, Johnson offers an opportunity to look more closely and meaningfully at what seems a natural part of their lives.
Johnson finds ways of defining technology and interfaces in ways that are simple yet not insulting to the most proficient user. His discussion of Dickens' works as a metaphor for links was an interesting way of breaking down… Mehr dazu