The Design of Everyday Things

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MIT Press, 1988 - Human engineering - 257 pages

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User Review  - untraveller - LibraryThing

I enjoyed much of the book. Problems were: it reads like a textbook, more examples are needed, it is definitely pro business and pro engineering - two activities I am not fond of, and the author is ... Read full review

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DoeT isn't the world's best written book—Norman's style is too often kvetchy-casual, sounding more like a modern-day ranty blog post than a classic of academic design writing. But that is only one ... Read full review

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