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User interface design =a software engineering perspective

Description:For some software designers the interface is
still seen as an add-on after the rest of the program has been written, while
human-computer interaction specialists see programming as the final
task.  This book bridges the gap between the communities by showing how
to design screens in a systematic way so that they are easy to understand and
support the under interface efficiently. Drawing on experience from programmers as
well as usability specialists User Interface Design shows the student
not only how to design an interface, but also how to make a fully functional
interface ? putting theory into practice and highlighting the problems a
designer faces when working in a real-world situation.  Table of
Contents:PrefacePart A: Best of the
Classics1.Usability2. Prototyping and iterative design3.
Data presentation4. Mental models and interface designPart B: Systematic Interface
Design5. Analysis, visions and domain description6. Virtual
windows design7. Function design8. Prototypes and defect
correction9. Reflections on user interface designPart C: Supplementary Design
Issues10. Web-based course rating11. Designing an e-mail
system12. User documentation and support13. More on usability
testing14. Heuristic evaluation15. Systems development16. Data
modelling17. Exercises18. References Index
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