The Psychology of Everyday Things

The Psychology of Everyday Things

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A critique of modern-day technology suggests that many items are designed with total disregard for human psychology, resulting in products with visually ambiguous or hidden controls, symbols with arbitrary relationships to function, and overreliance on memoryA critique of modern-day technology suggests that many items are designed with total disregard for human psychology, resulting in products with visually ambiguous or hidden controls, symbols with arbitrary relationships to function, and ...


Title:The Psychology of Everyday Things
Author: Donald A. Norman
Publisher:Basic Books - 1988
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