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While the subject of design patterns for software development has been covered extensively, little has been written about the power of the pattern format in interface design. A Pattern Approach to Interactive Design remedies this situation, providing for the first time an introduction to the concepts and application of patterns in user interface design. The author shows interface designers how to structure and capture user interface design knowledge from their projects and learn to understand each other's design principles and solutions. Key features of this book include a comprehensive pattern language for the interface design of interactive exhibits as well as a thorough introduction to original pattern work and its application in software development. The book also offers invaluable practical guidance for interface designers, project managers, and researchers working in HCI, as well as for designers of interactive systems.
Posted January 3, 2002
The book gives a good overview of the present level in interface design for the user interface. A bit of history and a future vision. Very important is the examination of a user interface of a interactive exhibit. It describes all parts of design and there relation to the user interface. A greath book to read!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.