Designing Visual Interfaces
By Kevin Mullett & Darrell Sano
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One of the few books on user interface design that explicitly draws on the visual design principles that artists and graphic designers have spent centuries beta testing. While its UI examples are all traditional software (other examples range from currency design to the famous map of the London Underground), it's a must-read for anyone wanting to understand the principles behind good UI design, although it's a bit short for the price. ::

Reviewed June 5, 2001

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