TitleDoing with images makes symbols : communicating with computers, part 1
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"This talk tells the story of the design of the "windows and mouse" style of user interface, commonly associated with the Apple Macintosh. We start in the 1960's with Sketchpad, NLS and Grail, and see how these seminal ideas influenced the Smalltalk work with children at Xerox PARC. Finally, we explore human psychology and the multi-mentality theories that helped the PARC designer's work."
CreditsKay, Alan C.
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
Copyright HolderComputer History Museum
Collection TitleUniversity Video Communications lectures
Series TitleDistinguished Lecture Series : Legends and Visions
CreditGift of University Video Communications
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