"Here [McKay] offers a guide to designing user interfaces by drawing on principles and common-sense insight about communication. There are no prerequisites, he says, no assumptions about the reader's field or level of experience."--Reference & Research Book News, October 2013 "The best teammate a designer can have is a communication specialist to look over your shoulder. Having Everett's book is the next best thing to having him on your team."--Bert Keely, Architect of Windows Pen and Touch "McKay practices what he preaches – UI is Communication is relevant, readable, entertaining, and chock full of useful examples."--Carolyn Snyder, Snyder Consulting
About the Author
Everett is author of "UI is Communication: How todesign intuitive, user-centered user interfaces by focusing on effectivecommunication", published by Morgan Kaufmann. While at Microsoft, he wasresponsible for writing and evangelizing the Windows User ExperienceGuidelines. Before joining Microsoft, he was a programmer, specializing indesigning and developing Windows and Macintosh user interfaces.