Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1992 - Computers - 384 pages
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Since 1985, Apple and Addison-Wesley have been publishing authoritative books about Apple technologies. The Apple Technical Library provides Macintosh developers with the official treatment of all the major new technologies that Apple releases. Timely, accurate, and clear, this collection of books is the essential resource for anyone developing software for the Macintosh.

You'll find definitive coverage of the newest and most important technologies, such as QuickDraw 3D and Apple Guide. You'll also find the classic cornerstones of Macintosh development, like "Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines," "MacsBug Reference and Debugging Guide," and "Planning and Managing AppleTalk Networks."

Care has been taken to provide the information using the most appropriate medium. From the multimedia presentations of "Electronic Guide to Macintosh Human Interface Design" to the electronic reference included with "Advanced Color Imaging on the Mac OS," the material is presented in the way that allows you to access it most effectively.


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