Designing Highly Useable Software

Designing Highly Useable Software
Publisher: Sybex | ISBN: 0782143016 | edition 2004 | File type: CHM | 448 pages | 18,5 mb

Would you like to design your applications so they work the way they're supposed to? Designing Highly Useable Software teaches you how to think about and plan for the needs of your users/administrators before writing your first line of code, making your applications more sensible to users. Stressing the need to consider how humans think and work, this single volume addresses your broad design needs, including interface design, modeling the real world, designing windows and dialog boxes, software navigation, creating readable reports and software libraries, and testing from the user's perspective. Each chapter includes a real-world scenario to "bring home" the content.

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