The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Universe

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Ian Ridpath
Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001 - Science - 384 pages
3 Reviews
From mobile phones and desktop computers to washing machines and microwave ovens, the graphical user interface (GUI) is a part of everyday life.Interface Designtraces these amazing developments and offers tested techniques and practical advice for constructing clear, dynamic GUIs that combine functionality with cutting-edge design. Readers will find an in-depth overview of the various graphic elements of an interfaceincluding icons, galleries, color palettes, and dialogue boxes. Then, they'll find a comprehensive discussion on the interfaces used by popular animation and 3D software packages, and learn how to design interfaces that aid efficient navigation with links. Finally, hundreds of dazzling, full-color examples of the best in interface design offer a treasury of creative inspiration. Dynamic interface design increases the functionality of websites and heightens the viewer's experience Promoted on

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This encycloppedia gives a great detail of almost everything in the universe.The inforation is perfect for more for higher grade level research papers.The inforaton goes from black holes to the moons ... Read full review

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It looks a spectacular book with a treasure of information with numerous great pictures. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Alistair Dabbsis a freelance journalist specializing in digital imaging, graphic arts, and prepress. He lives in London, England.

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