4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 15 March 1998
It was a joy to find a book that blends theory and practice as well as this one does. It is clearly written from a wealth of professional experience -- stories and examples illustrate almost every important point. The blend of theory and practical advice is just right. The writing style is clear and direct, setting a nice tone for the practitioners (or those just learning) that the book addresses. Hats off to Hackos and Redish.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 5 February 1999
This book is a perfect starter text for students and new comers to interface design. I have found it to be the most concise collection of interface methodology in print. I am currently using this book to guide my college level communication class through a user-centered design curriculum. They have found it to be some of the easiest material written on these subjects to digest.
2 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 27 April 1999
Este libro es de gran utilidad, por la diversidad de ideas y casos de aplicación que muestra. Da un panoráma muy amplio de la importancia del análisis de Tarea y Usuarios, con una guía de principio a fin para la concepción de un Diseño. Lo que más me agradó fueron las técnicas que muestra para el Análisis de Tarea. Definitivamente lo recomiendo.