5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Humane Interface. New Directions for Designing Interactive Systems. (Taschenbuch)
In a nutshell, this book should be on your shelf if you are an electronic media designer - whether you're designing Web sites or other types of interactive media. The book is well-written, and covers many critical topics in usable design.
One thing to note: there isn't a whole lot of content in this book that is specifically geared towards applying principles of Usability to Web design; you'd need to use your imagination to apply some of the principles to this area.
Nonetheless, I think that the book is well worth the price. It does a fine job of tying together a lot of otherwise abstract concepts from human factors psychology and human-computer interface study.