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  • Relié: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Basic Books (4 décembre 2003)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0465051359
  • ISBN-13: 978-0465051359
  • Dimensions du produit: 24,1 x 16,5 x 2,3 cm
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Par celine_21 le 7 novembre 2014
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très bon livre, très instructif, qui permet de se mettre dans un état d'esprit ayant une approche positive concernant notre rapport au design des objets
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40 internautes sur 42 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Some practical info on design, but some far-off fantasy 12 septembre 2004
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
If you're looking for a fairly practical discussion of the ways that people interact with products and how more than just behavioral qualities are measured by your customers, the first half of the book will prove quite useful. It expands and ties nicely into common practices of market segmentation and usability studies, providing both concrete advice for optimizing your product for whatever your adoption goals are, as well as a theoretical framework for understanding user behavior.

There's also a large section near the end about robotics and the future. While it's interesting, it reads more like science fiction or the typical dicsussions that you have in either a mobile robot at a university or a AAAI conference. I personally think the book could've stood just as well without it.
49 internautes sur 54 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This is a MUST READ for designers 10 février 2004
Par Moses Ma - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As I get older, I begin to see that designing is really about seeing, hearing, thinking and understanding at a higher level. If you're looking for an easy how-to for making your website or product punchier, this isn't for you. For me, the book was a perfect read. I am always hunting and gathering for the meaning of art and design, to push my own work forward, and to gain an advantage over my competitors in terms of design. Thus, Norman's book was right up my alley. His deconstruction of design into its visceral, behavioral and reflective aspects was powerful and compelling, and I believe this book is actually a manifesto that will eventually launch a new school of thought in design. The second half of the book delves into even more complex and forward-thinking issues, and I found it useful for FORCING myself to read and think out of the box. It's an absolute must-have book for anyone interested in understanding the structure of the new design revolution and transforming their perspective on the art of designing at an emotional level.
44 internautes sur 48 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
More Theory than Practice 14 mai 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love Donald Norman. I love the work he does, and I love what he's taught me. I got so much from The Design of Everyday Things. I got something out of Things That Make Us Smart. I didn't get much out of this one at all.

I think this is because I'm an impatient reader. For example, I don't read fiction. I want to read facts about things I can apply in a practical way. This book is much more about theory than practical applications.

I'm sure some people love reading theory, and they will love this book. But if you're like me and really want a book to deliver information you can use on every page, you should buy The Design of Everyday Things instead, if you haven't already.
24 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Lightweight but worth reading 1 août 2004
Par Rob Banzai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
There is nothing in this book that changed my perception of the world like the content of "The Design of Everyday Things" but it was still interesting and entertaining, a light-hearted companion to the earlier groundbreaking book.

I enjoyed the way the theories were broken down even if I didn't always buy into them and there were plenty of good examples every step of the way. It's food for thought, just not the main course.
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Worthwhile 28 mars 2004
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I'm a huge fan of Donald A. Norman, and I'm working on reading every book he ever wrote. I'm now getting down to the very old and obscure ones like "Attention and Memory" (1968!). This new book combines the ideas of his previous work with some fascinating new psychological knowledge, so it is definitely worthwhile.
One thing that makes Norman such a good author is that he gives very graphic analogies to explain his ideas. One sentence that really made me think was that if robots had no idea whether something was safe or not, they could possibly just sit there, afraid to do anything - he likens this to confidence in humans. So it seems like thinking about how robots should work can only help figure out more about humans. That's why I think his new work on robotics adds yet another useful dimension to the work of a man whose focus has been a great blend of academia and business. Now he is tying more and more of those ideas together, blending them with collaboration and new research, so I hope he stays a prolific writer.
Unfortunately I was not everwhelmed by the book, but it is all very sensible and useful. I wish he had gotten more into the passion we feel when something is just superb. I have had that feeling when reading many similar books, like "The Tipping Point", "Don't Make Me Think", and even Norman's own "The Design of Everyday Things". So come to think of it, maybe writing one of those great books plus many other very good books is plenty to ask of a human being.
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