dnrTV Show #123: Mark Miller on The Science of a Great User Experience Part 2

Posted in Frameworks, Development on September 24, 2008

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Mark Miller is back to wrap up his two part series on intuitive GUI design. Mark describes creative ways to get your message to the user and also delves into some empirical analysis on the cost of a bad GUI.

Mark has been developing software since the early 1980s. He spent the 12 years preceeding 2004 coding developer tools, which are his -- figuring out how to make developers more efficient. He was awarded the "Spirit of Delphi" by Borland. He created CodeRush for Delphi in 1997, and it has won numerous reader's choice awards. He also created reAct, a component test program generator; and the CDK (Component Developer Kit) for Delphi. He created XL8, a translation software package, and created the motion control system for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stage show. What can we say, he's a developer's developer.

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Tags: Frameworks, .NET Framework, dnrTV, GUI, usability