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Interaction Design and The Essential Guide to User Interface Design are the two books covered in this review.
The field of interface and interaction design is formally known as Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). It is significant that a large amount of HCI deals with non-programming issues such as psychological approaches to end-user experience, social manners of the audience, and more. Interaction Design and The Essential Guide to User Interface Design provide a comprehensive overview of the essentials of interface design.

The two books focus on interface design, but from different perspectives. While there is some duplication between them, they complement each other and are both important books for designing effective and capable interfaces to software applications.
 read more | mail this link | score:3932 | -Ray, January 17, 2003 (Updated: September 27, 2003)
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