Table of contents for About face 2.0 : the essentials of interaction design / Alan Cooper.


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Foreword. 
 Acknowledgments. 
 Introduction. 
 Section One: Know Thy User. 
 Part I: Bridging the Gap. 
 Chapter 1: Goal-Directed Design. 
 Chapter 2: Implementation Models and Mental Models. 
 Chapter 3: Beginners, Experts, and Intermediates. 
 Chapter 4: Understanding Users: Qualitative Research. 
 Chapter 5: Modeling Users: Personas and Goals. 
 Chapter 6: Scenarios: Translating Goals into Design. 
 Chapter 7: Synthesizing Good Design: Principles and Patterns. 
 Section Two: Designing Behavior and Form. 
 Part II: Achieving Goals and Removing Barriers. 
 Chapter 8: Software Posture. 
 Chapter 9: Orchestration and Flow. 
 Chapter 10: Eliminating Excise. 
 Chapter 11: Navigation and Inflection. 
 Chapter 12: Understanding Undo. 
 Chapter 13: Rethinking Files and Save. 
 Part III: Providing Power and Pleasure. 
 Chapter 14: Making Software Considerate. 
 Chapter 15: Making Software Smart. 
 Chapter 16: Improving Data Ret rieval. 
 Chapter 17: Improving Data Entry. 
 Chapter 18: Designing for Different Needs. 
 Part IV: Applying Visual Design Principles. 
 Chapter 19: Designing Look and Feel. 
 Chapter 20: Metaphors, Idioms, and Affordances. 
 Section Three: Interaction Details. 
 Part V: Mice and Manipulation. 
 Chapter 21: Direct Manipulation and Pointing Devices. 
 Chapter 22: Selection. 
 Chapter 23: Drag and Drop. 
 Chapter 24: Manipulating Controls, Objects, and Connections. 
 Part VI: Controls and Their Behaviors. 
 Chapter 25: Window Behaviors. 
 Chapter 26: Using Controls. 
 Chapter 27: Menus: The Pedagogic Vector. 
 Chapter 28: Using Menus. 
 Chapter 29: Using Toolbars and ToolTips. 
 Chapter 30: Using Dialogs. 
 Chapter 31: Dialog Etiquette. 
 Chapter 32: Creating Better Controls. 
 Part VII: Communicating with Users. 
 Chapter 33: Eliminating Errors. 
 Chapter 34: Notifying and Confirming. 
 Chapter 35: Other Communication with Users. 
 Chapter 36: The Installation Process. 
 Part VIII: Designing Beyond the Desktop. 
 Chapter 37: Designing for the Web. 
 Chapter 38: Designing for Embedded Systems. 
 Afterword: Dealing with the Inmates. 
 Appendix A: Axioms. 
 Appendix B: Design Tips. 
 Appendix C: Bibliography 
 Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: User interfaces (Computer systems)Human-computer interaction