Electronic Guide to Macintosh Human Interface Design Electronic Guide to Macintosh Human Interface Design combines the full electronic text of the classic book, Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines, with the multimedia presentations of Making It Macintosh on one convenient and easy-to-use CD-ROM disc. Anyone involved in programming the Macintosh or designing any type of computer interface will find Electronic Guide to Macintosh Human Interface Design to be an essential resource.
- The illustrations, animations, and examples found on the award-winning Making It Macintosh are an invaluable reference to Macintosh interface design. This interactive guide contains over 100 animated examples that demonstrate the correct use of Macintosh interface elements, including visual examples illustrating the appearance and behavior of menus, windows, dialog boxes, icons, language, and QuickTime.
- The electronic version of Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines contains hypertext links for easy navigation between the book and the examples in Making It Macintosh.
- A Macintosh with at least 8 MB of memory, a 13-inch color monitor and a CD-ROM drive
- Macintosh System 7.0 or later
- QuickTime (The QuickTime system extension is included on this disc for you to install if it's not already resident in your Macintosh.)
Availability: Click below to order Electronic Guide to Macintosh Human Interface Design from the Apple Developer Catalog.
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