Bruce Tognazzini on human-computer interaction
Bruce Tognazzini was Apple’s 66th employee, developing the company’s first usability guidelines and founding its Human Interface team.
Almost thirty years later, he’s a principal at Nielsen Norman Group and still making his feelings known when companies commit design errors.
In this interview n E-Consultancy, ‘Tog’ gives us a variety of thoughts on interface design, freedom, the future of computing, the iPhone’s place in world history and why he [unecologically] travels around in a 400 sq ft motorhome while towing a 4×4 and two Segways.
(via Usability News)
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Bruce is such great guy. I attended his course in Barcelona, was fantastic.