I’m very excited to unveil my future book, “User Interface”, which will be released by Bureau Gorbunov Publishing.
Below are some spreads from the book.
Explaining modes using a great Pioneer’s CDJ-1000 player:
The explanation of Fitts’s experiment opens the chapter on aiming:
Informativeness and the myth of seven elements:
One of the brilliant historic examples of how to provide instant and continuous feedback:
One of the topics is the User Interface Syntax. Here, I’m talking about a notable exception to “command equals verb” rule:
This one is just beautiful:
In the chapter “Windows” I show many examples of thoughful workspace organization:
When the user hasn’t filled a form, the main button is usually disabled. This is not always a good idea:
The beginning of a chapter on using a grid:
And here’s just a small part of the book’s table of contents:
Please go and see the page about the book yourself.
Don’t forget to try the sample chapter!
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And stay tuned.