Interactive labs and exercises are featured throughout this book so readers can practice everything they've learned, reinforce their knowledge, and demonstrate proficiency. The authors introduce the Human-Computer Interface (HCI) and its role in Web interface design.In hisAlertbox article (1996), Jakob Nielsen listed his top ten mistakes of Web page de- sign. ... Web technology may attract a few nerds, but mainstream users will care more about useful content and your ability to offer good customer service.
|Title||:||Designing Web Interfaces|
|Author||:||Michael Rees, Mike Rees, Andrew White, Bebo White|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall Professional - 2001-01|