Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency Jakob Nielsen, Editor Morgan Kaufmann Publishing, 2001 ISBN 155860 $44.95 Consistency is one of the most desirable attributes of user interfaces for software, Web sites, and information appliances alike. By observing user interfaces in use today, however, we notice that they are often inconsistent, leading to learning problems, user errors, and an increased level of grief. And consistency is hard to achieve if one does not work for it or consider it important, or if one values invention more than consistency. This book, a re-release of the classic book on consistency edited by Jakob…
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