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Психбольница в руках пациентов. Алан Купер об интерфейсах: почему высокие технологии сводят нас с ума и как восстановить душевное равновесие Alan Cooper c c

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  • Author: Alan Cooper
  • ISBN: 9785932861684
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. As a software developer, this book s thesis that software should be designed before it s written, by people other than the people writing it was a revelation It s such an obvious observation in hindsight that you might be surprised to learn that software development isn t done this way It s not, and it s because the inmates software developers are allowed to drive the product development process Cooper makes an impassioned plea to the business world to bring software development under the same s [...]

    2. This is THE thing that essentially put me on the career path I am on now Well written, has some funny points, but you don t need a degree in engineering or computer science to understand it In fact if you want an explanation as to why computers and software can irritate anyone, here is the answer.

    3. It is not bad book Many parts are really useful for all programmers But I think that some parts is unnecessary The author said CEO and Senior managers can resolve all programming problems It is a good idea, although may be I think that because I am a developer.Developers like their work, but unfortunately they can not design any UI I am sure it is true Alan provided many efficient tools for creating very qualitative software prototypes Say The author described a new software development process [...]

    4. Although Alan Cooper s 1998 book The Inmates are Running the Asylum is now aging, it is still a helpful read for anyone in the software industry that doesn t accept the importance of interaction design to software Even if you are someone who does accept ID s value, if you don t believe it should happen before implementation begins, and with a separate team of professionals than your developers, then you frankly need to read it There is no longer any question about the validity of Cooper s argume [...]

    5. If this is meant to be the business case for interaction design, it s a pretty sad business case The ideas are good, but they way it s put is frustrating.There s some useful material in this book, but it s hard to dig out in the constant noise of Mr Cooper s whining You could easily scan the first 120 pages, then read about half of the chapters on persona and goals, and you d have it.I am left with the taste of BUFD in my mouth too That may be a misunderstanding, but it seems that we need to hav [...]

    6. Read this for the June meeting of the Vancouver User Experience Book Club.This was one of those I can t believe it took me so long to read this type books I was already well on board the user centered design train, but this gave me some new tools to think about and describe the value of UX.I especially liked the section on Homo Logicus, which I have now been observing everywhere I definitely have a component of that in myself, so having the concept is a good way to check my own thinking against [...]

    7. A classic on user centered design, especially as it relates to computerized products that is, most products Cooper meanders at times, and he spends longer than is now needed to build the business case for moving interaction design out of the hands of programmers But he s spirited and instructive and mostly as relevant as ever Now that I m expand my consulting business into user experience and product development, I got a lot from this book I look forward to using the tools described in it, inclu [...]

    8. In The Inmates are Running the Asylum, computer programmer Alan Cooper argues that, in contemporary software development, there has been a lack of attention paid to creating a user friendly end product Specifically, he suggests that programmers, who have majority if not exclusive control of the finished merchandise, have different objectives than the users for whom the product is meant programmers care about how the computer computes and tend to ignore the ease with which the user can interact w [...]

    9. Seminal work on interaction design in software must read if you re in the business of designing software applications for users I find myself now recognizing and getting angry with the pitfalls Cooper railed against in the book, both in my work and in the products with which I interact, which speaks to the impact of the book.

    10. I enjoyed this book a great deal It has a wonderful mix of humor, information and just good book structure It is a must read for everyone that is, works with programmers, or uses the final products of programmers Essentially, anyone who could be reading this review.Where some UI authors drone on about why everything is bad and they re so smart but give little proof of that, Cooper makes you laugh at what is wrong and then offers multiple solutions to the problems It s entertaining and refreshing [...]

    11. The first 2 3 s of the book basically detail cautionary tales about products that didn t have sufficient design, or else they make the author s case that design is neglected These would make great arguments if you had to sell an idea to a manager or development team or if you felt insecure and needed a hug.The last third provides some great insight into design practices I found his suggestions very practical I wish this section was longer than the first two.As a software developer at a small com [...]

    12. Inmates is all about design Bad design is rife in the computer technology arena according to Cooper That s true, especially when the book was published in 2004 for those who don t realize, this is before the iPhone, the Kindle, YouTube, and Gmail Everyone was on Windows XP, and iTunes was one year old Cooper hates bad computer design I mean REALLY HATES bad computer design He has so much nerdrage against programmers that he calls them at various points in the book sadistic , unreasonable , ridic [...]

    13. I think this book should be read by people who are in the business of software engineering it presents an interesting point of view on the interaction design and designing with user in mind it highlights many parts of the current process that are broken it makes a lot of stereotypical and cynical statements about programmers, and many of those are unfortunately, correct people should be aware of them.On the negative side the author makes many claims that don t seem to include sufficient proof or [...]

    14. This is a kind of parallel volume to Donald A Norman s Design of Everyday Things.As a confirmed klutz in life, these two authors are my heroes Sometimes it s helpful to be reassured that it s not always just me, that things appear to me to be appallingly designed because they are, in fact, appallingly designed By lazy, uncaring design professionals.This book concentrates on issues and products related to computing Bill Gates are you listening are you even capable of listening.A refreshing clari [...]

    15. Every once in a while you ll read a book or part of a book that completely shifts your thinking This is one of those books Alan Cooper father of Visual Basic presents for us a litany of horrific examples of interface design, and lays out the case for why spending time and money up front on usability and interaction design will produce the greatest returns of all the steps in software development But the paradigm shift occurs in Chapters 9 and 10, Designing for Pleasure , Designing for Power , wh [...]

    16. 09 17 2012 The author s incessant whining makes this book hard to read at a pace faster than half a page a week I wish it was a terrible book so I could stop reading it.Finished 04 08 2013 Thanks to the author and others like him, the world of software development has come along way since this was written It s not where it needs to be, but it s better.So if you can slog through the long winded, condescending arrogance that is this book you ll find a lot of really compelling arguments for why int [...]

    17. Alan Cooper is a recognized name in human computer interaction This book represents some of his initial work from the 90 s which at the time represented very provocative thinking With the influence of Apple on software design along with the massive effort being put out by Microsoft, some of the ideas Cooper rants and raves about in this book seem almost quaint Unfortunately in my opinion, Cooper set a tone for user interface designers of condescension and mockery For some reason UI designers eve [...]

    18. A really sexist and insulting quote by Tom Corddry killed an otherwise good book for me Designers are invariably female, are talkative, live in lofts, have vegetarian diets , and wear found objects in their hair Developers are invariably male, eat fast food, ands onto talk except to say, Not true Killed it dead.

    19. This is the book that introduced me to interaction design, and helped me realize that this is what I wanted to do instead of programming I recommend it because programmers and their managers need to understand that, whether they are conscious of it or not, they are doing design work, and even if they have the best intentions, it s not their area of expertise.

    20. It s book Must read for UI experts and IT mangers Especially for junior UX.There is a little bit information about prototyping method The aim of this book is converting of your mind in sphere of creating apps and web sites.

    21. No central theme No focus Discussions are religious and with prejudice than with any substance.

    22. Great overview of business need for user centered design Must read for any UX practitioner Cooper knows what he s talking about.

    23. I found this book frustrating It s has a number of great design insights, but they are mixed with some truly awful advice on what programmers are like and how to build software, that I would hesitate to recommend it to any business person the audience identified in the preface , as the advice in this book may cause problems than it solves.Pros Good discussion of how programming is not like manufacturing or building physical goods Love the ideas behind where software design goes wrong E.g the ne [...]

    24. Great book, especially the first part which told how things are really in tech industry It s surprising that there has not been much of a change with respect to project planning, execution and deliverables The majority of time a tech job indeed looks like what s described in the book, with planning coming after the execution, and an overall lack of design which hampers the end product The way developers feel and I mean it in the worst way possible is also a reality, and though I m not proud to s [...]

    25. old economy engineer designs a product bridge , workers are doing construction new economy software engineer does both design and construction cognitive friction problems arise from the constantly changing system apologists wow, dancing bear vs survivors dancing is hard for the bear, this is the best I can get triangle of capability engineering , viability business , desirability design designing with personas task oriented programmers vs goal oriented designers status bar experiment with 50 des [...]

    26. This book was written in 1999, so from a tech point of view, it was a little dated but still very relevant The author goes into great detail about the need for interactive design in software development, what most people today call user experience design Most of the book was an argument for why CTOs and IT managers should invest in interactive design before a single line of code is written There were a few cases studies in the book, which provided a look into the process for UX design, but I was [...]

    27. A great book on process of making software that doesn t require a user manual and 10 hours of learning.Since 1999 many ideas have found their ways into the tech culture Interaction designer is a full time job and design is usually done before programming This seems so natural now that you take it for granted It is hard to imagine that once these ideas were considered controversial A bear isn t very good at dancing The surprise is that it s dancing at all Most software is like that Thing have got [...]

    28. A classic case for IxD While the examples have aged a bit e.g MSFT criticism is heavy , the spirit of this text still holds true For a seasoned Interaction Designer the examples will remind you of old companies and projects This book is rich with perspective to make the case for design at the enterprise level.

    29. Whereas About Face tells you how to approach it, Inmates makes the business case for interaction design This makes this book very valuable as it provides an answer to the very important question of why Excellent detail on personas and how to use them.

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