5 edition of GUI design handbook found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -305) and index.
|Statement||Susan Fowler ; illustrations by Victor Stanwick.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.U83 F688 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||97075529|
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Susan Fowler descends on the interface scene with a book that should prove to be a valuable resource for the independent developer.
GUI Design Handbook lists all the major GUI components--buttons, check boxes, sliders, labels, and more--alphabetically, like encyclopedia entries. Each component's entry comes with a list of good uses (use a /5(2). This book, The GUI Design Handbook, is a list of common GUI components in alphabetical order.
It works like most programming guides: You look up the component that you’re interested in, and we supply a definition, guidelines, usability tests, and pointers to similar components.
Apparently this book "assembles the best of recent graphic user interface design", which I would disagree with. Some of the projects are great, and it's good to have them in book form but some of them don't seem that recent - the industry shifted from skeuomorphism 3 years ago (but I do understand it's impossible to keep a digital design book relevant)/5(6).
Get this from a library. GUI design handbook. [Susan L Fowler] -- "The book contains an easily implemented procedure for designing a good GUI, and describes a dozen of the most effective types of usability tests, many of them quick and easy to do.
Book. GUI Design Handbook by Susan Fowler, ISBNis an alphabetical dictionary of widgets and other user interface elements, with comprehensive coverage of each. Each chapter covers one GUI design handbook book or other element, contains the most important recommendation from the macOS, Windows and Motif style guides, notes about common problems.
Reviewer: GUI design handbook book H. Bradford This book is essentially an encyclopedia of GUI components. The description of each component consists of four parts: a description of the component and its function; design guidelines—a practical list of “words to the wise” based on the authors experience; suggestions about how to test your decision to use this kind of component in your user interface; and a.
The Cross-GUI Handbook For Multiplatform User Interface Design Addison-Wesley, pages ISBN: This book was released in and its main purpose is being a comparison of the popular GUIs: Macintosh, OSF/Motif, NeXTSTEP, OS/2’s Presentation Manager and Microsoft n: OPENSTEP was the last issue of NeXT operating system, featuring highly appraised and innovative GUI.
It featured such characteristic innovations as tear-off menus, shelf, dock, column file view, services and object-oriented underpinnings. After Apple buy-out of NeXT, OPENSTEP turned into Rhapsody, and then into Mac OS X.
GUI Design Handbook by Susan Fowler, ISBNis an alphabetical dictionary of widgets and other user interface elements, with comprehensive coverage of each.
Each chapter covers one widget or other element, contains the most important recommendation from the Macintosh, Windows and Motif style guides, notes about common problems. It explores how building effective design systems can empower teams to create great digital products.
Brad Frost has written at length about the process of conducting interface inventories. He has also written a very good book, Atomic Design, which focuses creating effective interface design systems. Frost is a smart cookie, and I’d strongly. GUI Bloopers Common User Interface Design Don'ts and Dos, second edition, by Jeff Johnson (buy in the U.S.
or buy in the U.K.) Almost an anti-textbook, Johnson focuses on what not to do. This is a much more entertaining way of learning basic interaction design principles than the usual "first principles" approach.
GUI design handbook by Susan L. Fowler,McGraw-Hill edition, in EnglishPages: Designing an interface is one thing. But the ability to discern a good interface from a bad one is another thing that will be a breeze after reading this book. We'll show you examples of bad design and how to fix the most common problems in design today quickly.
It's Time To Clean Your Windows is based on Galitz' previously published Handbook of Screen Format Design. A comprehensive book covering a wide range of topics in detail, the new book adds GUI design theory.
The book is written for professional programmers who need to thoroughly understand and apply sound computer interface design principles. Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines Advanced Topics. This book offers design guidelines for applications that use the Java look and feel. The guidelines in this book are appropriate for GUI applications that run on personal computers and network computers.
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