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Software for Use: A Practical Guide to the Models and Methods of…

de Larry L. Constantine

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In this text, the authors focus on the models and methods that will help programmers deliver more usable software - software that will allow users to accomplish their own tasks with greater ease and efficiency. They provide concrete tools and techniques that programmers can employ, and guide the readers through a systematic software development process. This process, called usage-centre design, weaves together two major threads in software development methods: cases and essential models. With numerous examples and case studies of both conventional and specialized software applications, the authors illustrate what has been shown in practice to work and what has proved to be of greatest practical value. The authors also make freely available a number of software tools and related materials on the Web.… (més)
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This is a classic that was a great leap forward for the art of designing for usability. And it came just at the right time as the web went mainstream.

I remember having the privilege of taking one of Larry Constantine's courses back around 2000 (I loved the course so much I bought the book, as they say;-). That was when he converted me to the "Essential Use Case" technique, which to this day is my preferred mode of thinking about user interaction.

Almost ten years later, we are still learning of course. We have a new generation of design leaders - Robert Hoekman, Steve Krug etc - but it is telling to see just how well Software for Use has stood the test of time. Aside from the fact that examples tend to (necessarily) refer to contemporary but now obsolete software and widgets, the core philosophy and advice is just as relevant today.
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This is a classic that was a great leap forward for the art of designing for usability. And it came just at the right time as the web went mainstream.

I remember having the privilege of taking one of Larry Constantine's courses back around 2000 (I loved the course so much I bought the book, as they say;-). That was when he converted me to the "Essential Use Case" technique, which to this day is my preferred mode of thinking about user interaction.

Almost ten years later, we are still learning of course. We have a new generation of design leaders - Robert Hoekman, Steve Krug etc - but it is telling to see just how well Software for Use has stood the test of time. Aside from the fact that examples tend to (necessarily) refer to contemporary but now obsolete software and widgets, the core philosophy and advice is just as relevant today.
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  pratalife | Feb 9, 2014 |
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In this text, the authors focus on the models and methods that will help programmers deliver more usable software - software that will allow users to accomplish their own tasks with greater ease and efficiency. They provide concrete tools and techniques that programmers can employ, and guide the readers through a systematic software development process. This process, called usage-centre design, weaves together two major threads in software development methods: cases and essential models. With numerous examples and case studies of both conventional and specialized software applications, the authors illustrate what has been shown in practice to work and what has proved to be of greatest practical value. The authors also make freely available a number of software tools and related materials on the Web.

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