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Handbook of Screen Format Design, second edition. WIlbert Galitz.

Handbook of Screen Format Design, second edition.

QED Information Sciences Inc, MA 1981, revised and expanded edition 1985; 225 pages, bibliography, diagrams.
Condition: Very Good, 7x9 softcover, glossy white covers iwth illustation of bright green screen and white text, on front cover. Slight cover roll, prev. owner's name on half-titlte page. Binding is strong and secure, pages clean and unmarked.
Price: $10.00
Item no. M904
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'The video display terminal is the primary bridge between the individual and the computer system - hence, the design of the screen format is vital. Well-designed screens increase human processing speed, keep mistakes to a minimum, and speed machine processing time. When you understand the basic concepts of screen design, your ability to develop clear functional screens is enhanced...' (from the rear cover)

For help designing, a data entry screen and related source document; a data entry screen to be used without a related source document; an inquiry screen; a question and anser screen; a menu screen; a mulitpurpose screen; a screen using color; a screen using graphics... and More

Contents include, Historical Review; system considerations; considerations in screen design; data entry screens; inquiry screens; multipurpose screens; menu screens; color in screen design; screen design steps; much more.