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|AUTOR||Donald A Norman|
|TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO:||5,32 MB|
Page précédente: Manual Medico Para El Deportista. Prologo De Francisco Cadenas
Page suivante: Goya. Revista De Arte. Numero 100. Enero-febrero, 1971
While Donald Norman acknowledges in The Invisible Computer that the personal computer allows for "flexibility and power," he also makes its limitations perfectly clear. Currently, computer users must navigate a sea of guidebooks, frequently asked questions (FAQs), and wizards to perform a task such as searching the Web or creating a spreadsheet.3,1/5(15). The technology should be invisible, hidden from cultrendslab.org this book, Norman shows why the computer is so difficult to use and why this complexity is fundamental to its nature. The only answer, says Norman, is to start over again, to develop information appliances that fit people's needs and lives. To do this companies must change the way they develop products. They need to start with an. The Invisible Computer: Why Good Products Can Fail, the Personal Computer is So Complex and Information Appliances are the Solution Hardcover – 2 Oct by Donald A. Norman (Author) Used: Very neat, great binding, great cover. Invisible Computer is interesting more for Donald Norman's clear-headed analysis than his far-reaching predictions and conclusions about the future. The book doesn't tie its numerous threads together well, but there are smart insights sprinkled throughout. flag Like · see review Aug 23, Garrett rated it it was amazing3,9/5. · The Invisible Computer by Donald A. Norman. Publication date Topics Business information systems, Personal computers, Computers, Computers - General Information, Computer Books: General, Advertising & Promotion, Computer Science, Hardware - Personal Computers - General, Computers / Computer Science Publisher The MIT Press Collection inlibrary; Pages: · Spaced 14 nanometres apart, each is so tiny as to be literally invisible, for they are more than an order of magnitude smaller than the wavelengths of light that humans use to . Invisible Computer is interesting more for Donald Norman's clear-headed analysis than his far-reaching predictions and conclusions about the future. The book doesn't tie its numerous threads together well, but there are smart insights sprinkled throughout. flag Like · 3,9/5(11). Alas, the computer industry thinks it is still in its rebellious teenage years, exulting in technical complexity. Customers want change. They are ready for products that offer convenience, ease of use, and pleasure. The technology should be invisible, hidden from sight. In this book, Norman shows why the computer is so difficult to use and why 2/5(2). The invisible computer why good products can fail, the personal computer is so complex, and information appliances are the solution by Donald A. Norman. 2 Want to read; Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass. Written in English. The Invisible Computer Why Good Products Can Fail, the Personal Computer is So Complex and Information Appliances are the Solution. av Donald A Norman. Inbunden Engelska, Köp. Spara som favorit Specialorder (osäker tillgång). Skickas inom vardagar. In common with both of his that books I've had to read as part of my multimedia technology course The invisible Computer is a long winded and repetative account of how the world of computers should be, in Norman's opinion. I am glad to pass my course, and also glad Reviews: 4.