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part of the The MIT Press series
The Design of Everyday Things is a compelling and insightful book by the renowned author, Donald A. Norman. Published by the MIT Press Ltd in 2014, this book falls under the genre of cognitive science and human-computer interaction. The Design of Everyday Things provides a critical examination of the design process, shedding light on how everyday items can be improved to better serve the needs of their users. The book is a must-read for anyone interested in design, usability, and cognitive science. It's a thought-provoking exploration of the relationship between the objects we use every day and the ways we interact with them. Published by MIT Press Ltd, it's a testament to the importance of intuitive and user-friendly design in our everyday lives.Show more
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