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An Essential Guide. Buy It.,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: GUI Bloopers: Don'ts and Do's for Software Developers and Web Designers (Morgan Kaufmann) (Taschenbuch)
You might be put off by the title - "'Bloopers'? I don't want to know what NOT to design, I want to know WHAT to design." That was my initial reaction. I was looking for a good intro to GUI for a graduate-level course and didn't want to teach by negative example. Well, fret not. Although he uses negative examples, Johnson does it extremely well and buttresses each yang with the yin of positivity - what the design should have done, and why it went wrong. The result is easily the best of the current crop of 'how to design GUIs' texts. It is readable, well-organized, and covers all the basics. I do not agree with the other Amazon reviews which question the negative slant and Johnson's frequent self-references. For me they fit right in and are appropriate. Finally, a usability book which was usability tested, the results used in editing the book, and the whole process reported in an appendix. Marvelous.