Jessica's Reviews > The Design of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things by Donald A. Norman
Rate this book
Clear rating

by
225325
's review

bookshelves: partly-read

Couldn't get in to it. Maybe I'll try again at a different time. On a side note, I found it odd that a book about user-centered design had line-broken right-justified headings and baffling use of italics.
16 likes · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read The Design of Everyday Things.
Sign In »

Reading Progress

April 15, 2008 – Shelved
Started Reading
July 12, 2008 – Finished Reading
July 13, 2008 – Shelved as: partly-read

Comments Showing 1-4 of 4 (4 new)

dateDown arrow    newest »

Vicente Sarmento #nailedit
I am in the middle of the book and I am already pissed off with that right aligned title. It is ugly and annoying as hell.


message 2: by Mohammad (new) - added it

Mohammad I guess he made it like so, to make a point about wrong design and how it drive people nuts. Would you agree?


message 3: by Jessica (new) - added it

Jessica Mohammad wrote: "I guess he made it like so, to make a point about wrong design and how it drive people nuts. Would you agree?"

It's possible!


Coral Brevig I don't think it was on purpose, or he would have acknowledged it at some point in the writings. But I agree with you, Jessica!


back to top