Re: Rejuvenation of Apple

Ray Peck (rpeck@PureAtria.COM)
Wed, 1 Jan 1997 13:10:58 -0800 (PST)

"Lee Daniel Crocker" writes:
>> Apple's interface is much better than Xerox's was, as anyone who has
>> used the Smalltalk interface can tell you. They did a hell of a lot
>> of usability testing (something that MicroSloth still doesn't know the
>> meaning of).
>Check your facts: Microsoft had in-house usability labs years ago,
>when I worked there. Now, if we could teach them what "standard"
>means, that's a different story...

My point is not that they don't have usability labs, it's that their
software does not exhibit the trait of usability.