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Descriptive Label Pattern (01 Jan 1999)
Modern User Interface Designers could perhaps be segmented into two basic categories: those who design applications and those who design web sites. Much of what has been published in books on UI covers the design of applications and operating systems - the most necessary of applications. Much of what is written on the web is unsurprisingly about web site design. Web site design seems to have grown up into a whole different field. Books have started appearing and by and large they are written by a new set of authors. There seems to exist a huge gulf between the two disciplines: application design and web site design.
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