The Humane Interface

by Jef Raskin

Category: UI UX Design

Book Reviews

  • @intrcnnctd @genmon For a period "zoomable user interfaces" were intriguing, for these cognitive reasons ( Jef Raskin's _The Humane Interface_ is a worthwhile read on this front. to Tweet
  • @lkanies I can't recall if Tesler is. It's author, Jef Raskin, is zealous about modeless interfaces. He goes to great lengths to explain how a truly modeless interface could be designed. The book proved formative in my thinking about UI.Link to Tweet

About Book

Cognetics and the locus of attention - Meanings, modes, monotony, and myths - Quantification - Unification - Navigation and other aspects of humane interfaces - Interface issues outside the user interface.

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