Usability and Internationalization of Information Technology Nuray Aykin (ed.) Lawrence Erlbaum Associates ISBN 0805844791 $39.95 Reviewed by Richard Douglass Globalization and localization are increasingly important topics in information technology and user-interface design. Several books have been written on these topics since the late 1980s; Nuray Aykin's new volume is a notable addition to the literature as it focuses on the designer's perspective. This book's goal is to provide the design community with practical information on how to support the design of usable and universal information technology. A great deal of research is covered in each of the…
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