Tog on Software Design

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1996 - Computers - 407 pages
Do you need a break from all the code - intensive, heavily technical books you usually pour over? Interface visionary Bruce & "Tog & " Tognazziniwill refocus your sights on the horizon with an eye - opening view of how the computer and communication industries together are poised to transform our home, education, and work lives. This readable book offers revealing, provocative, and sometimes controversial insights on a broad sampling of technology topics from quality management to the meaning of standards. Taken together, these insights furnish a forward - looking blueprint for successful software development for the future.

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Bruce Tognazzini has been an articulate visionary, outspoken user advocate,and popular keynote speaker from the beginning of the personal computerrevolution. He worked at Apple from 1978 to 1992, during which time he played amajor role in Macintosh interface design. Now he is a Distinguished Engineer inthe Office of Strategic Technology at Sun Microsystems. He is the author ofTog on Interface, also published by Addison-Wesley.

Bruce Tognazzini, Apple employee #66, has been designing human-machine interfaces for better than 30 years. He developed the first version of the Apple Human Interface Guidelines in 1978.


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