Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Managing the Publishing Process: An Annotated Bibliography by Bruce Speck; The New York Public Library Writer's Guide to Style and Usage by Andrea J. Sutcliffe, ed.; Type and Layout: How Typography and Design Can Get Your Message Across— or Get in the Way by Colin Wheildon; Beyond the Mac is not a Typewriter by Robin Williams; Writing in the Technical Fields: A Step-By-Step Guide for Engineers, Scientists, and Technicians by Michael H. Markel; Functional Communication Quality by Luuk van Waes, Egbert Woudstra, and Paul van den Hoven, eds.; Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model to Markup by Eve Maler and Jeanne El Andaloussi; Basic Technical Reporting by Herman M. Weisman; About Face: The Essentials of User Interface Design by Alan Cooper; Global Interface Design: A Guide to Designing International User Interfaces by Tony Fernandes; Developing International Software for Windows 95 and Windows NT: A Handbook for International Software Design by Nadine Kano; The Cross-GUI Handbook for Multiplatform User Interface Design by Aaron Marcus, Nick Smilonich, and Lynne Thompson; The Windows Interface Guidelines for Software Design by Microsoft Corporation; Guidelines for Enterprise-wide GUI Design by Susan Weinschenk and Sarah C. Yeo; Designing Object-oriented User Interfaces by Dave Collins; User Interface Design by Ray E. Eberts; Extra-ordinary Human-computer Interaction: Interfaces for Users with Disabilities by Alistair D. N. Edwards, ed.; Understanding Interfaces: A Handbook of Human-computer Dialogue by Mark W. Lansdale; The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design by Brenda Laurel, ed.; User Interface Design: A Structured Approach by Siegfried Treu.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: November 1, 1996
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