The Invisible Computer: Why Good Products Can Fail, the Personal Computer is So Complex, and Information Appliances are the Solution

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MIT Press, 1998 - 302 Seiten
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The invisible computer: why good products can fail, the personal computer is so complex, and information appliances are the solution

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The more things that computers do, the more complicated they invariably become to use. Norman contends that the personal computer is nearing the end of its life cycle, to be replaced by intuitive, task-focused "information appliances." Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Drop Everything Youre Doing
1
Crowing Up Moving from TechnologyCentered to HumanCentered Products
23
The Move to Information Appliances
51
Whats Wrong with the PC?
69
There Is No Magical Cure
89
The Power of Infrastructure
113
Being Analog
135
Why Is Everything So Difficult to Use?
163
Want HumanCentered Development? Reorganize the Company
203
Disruptive Technologies
231
A World of Information Appliances
247
Examples of Information Appliances
263
Notes
273
References
285
Index
291
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HumanCentered Development
185

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