Certain challenges exist in working with the Mac OS X user interface design. This Developer Reference guide shows developers what can be done and how to do it. Written by an Apple-recommended independent UI designer, it offers practical advice and detailed explanations, including why to use various application GUI components in Mac OS X based on Apple's Human Interface Guidelines and common wisdom that occasionally overrules the HIG.
This book will appeal especially to software developers and GUI designers who are familiar with other platforms (i.e. Windows) and new to Mac OS X. Packed with real-world tips and advice, it demonstrates how to create a user interface that pleases the demanding Mac user.
Shows how and why the user interface needs to be developed in the early stages of product planning
Offers valuable Mac GUI design insight from an industry pro and examples from real-world projects
Expands Apple's Human Interface Guidelines with practical advice, tips, and tricks
Especially valuable for developers moving to Mac from other platforms
Part of the Developer Reference series
Mac OS X User Interface Design gives developers the knowledge they need to produce powerful Mac GUIs.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||John Wiley & Sons|
|Ano da edição||2010|
|Número de Páginas||576|
|Autor||Rogondino, Michal Anne|