First person [electronic resource] : Donald A. Norman : defending human attributes in the age of the machine
- New York : Voyager, 1994.
- Physical description
- 1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's guide (9 p. ; 18 cm.)
- Norman, Donald A.
- This CD-ROM contains Donald A. Norman's three most popular books on the theory and practice of human-centered design, and features Norman himself. It also contains three new lectures by Norman, including a discussion of the effectiveness and design of current electronic books and his experiences in authoring a CD-ROM.
- Included Work
- Norman, Donald A. Psychology of everyday things.
- Norman, Donald A. Turn signals are the facial expressions of automobiles.
- Norman, Donald A. Things that make us smart.
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- Title Variation
- Donald A. Norman
- Defending human attributes in the age of the machine
- File Characteristics
- Computer data and program.
- Title from disc label.
- System requirements: Macintosh computer (25-MHz 68030 or better recommended); System 7; 4,500K of available RAM (at least 8 MB installed); 13-in (640x480 resolution) color monitor; QuickTime-compatible CD-ROM drive (double-speed recommended).
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