STC Conference: Caroline Jarrett on User Interface Design

Caroline is one of the authors of User Interface Design and Evaluation, a beginning text for technical communicators moving into user interface design. Caroline says this book is a perfect start for users looking to add usability basics to their toolbox. Caroline also talks about forms, and how the best forms are ones you barely notice. Read more about Caroline’s usability works at www.effortmark.co.uk and www.formsthatwork.com.

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