Usability guru Jakob Nielsen devoted his Alertbox post this week to showing how interfaces can become confusing if elements like buttons and checkboxes are too far away from the objects they act on, using the iPhone app updating interface in iTunes as an example. Our take is that the overall mistake here is that Apple is relying on iTunes for too many unrelated tasks that call out for different interface approaches. follow link
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- ExtraBITS for 15 March 2010 (14 Mar 10)
Jakob Nielsen Criticizes iTunes App Update Interface