Graphic Design for Electronic Documents and User Interfaces
Layout; proportion and grids: invisible keys to successful layout; graphic design of spatial metaphors, display, and tools; an annotated bibliography for graphic design of spatial displays; typography; making type decisions; forms design; the tupography of complex documentation: computer programs; symbolism; clarity and consistency in icon design; icon design tips; icon design in a CAD/CAM graphical user interface: acase study; an annotated bibliography of signs, icons, and symbols; color, the ten commandments of color; an annotated bibliography of color; visualizing knowledge: charts, diagrams, and maps; chart design; ana nnotated bibliography of chart and diagram design; an annotated bibliography of chart and diagram design; an annotated bibliography of map design; screen design for user interfaces; common user-interface design; the user-interface standards manual as a tool for effective management; a comparison of graphical user interfaces; windowing systems; windowing-system overview; windows; menus; controls and control panels; query and message boxes; mouse/keyboard interface; analysis of common tasks; advantages and disadvantages; windowing-system component terminology; detailed system descriptions and comparisons; acknowledgments; bibliography; index; author's biography.
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