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quitate tu!

quitate tu!

CC-BBA, primer 787 de LAN (y América)

CC-BBA, primer 787 de LAN (y América)

Soviet Union

Soviet Union

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livejustlikeagypsy09:

She finally got her pizza. 

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Do It

mattbischoff:

When the software required confirmation from the user, it displayed a small window called a “dialog box”, that contained a question, and presented two buttons, for positive or negative confirmation. The buttons were labeled “Do It” and “Cancel”. The designers observed that a few users seemed to stumble at the point that the dialog was displayed, clicking “Cancel” when they should have clicked “Do It”, but it wasn’t clear what they were having trouble with.

Finally, the team noticed one user that was particularly flummoxed by the dialog box, who even seemed to be getting a bit angry. The moderator interrupted the test and asked him what the problem was. He replied, “I’m not a dolt, why is the software calling me a dolt?”

Great piece of history from Folklore.org on how the Lisa team at Apple settled on the word “OK” for confirmation buttons.

quitate tu!

quitate tu!

CC-BBA, primer 787 de LAN (y América)

CC-BBA, primer 787 de LAN (y América)

Swim

Swim

Soviet Union

Soviet Union

(Source: fuckflexography, via kangrejoman)

livejustlikeagypsy09:

She finally got her pizza. 

(Source: livejustliketheuswnt09, via matiasrivera)

Do It

mattbischoff:

When the software required confirmation from the user, it displayed a small window called a “dialog box”, that contained a question, and presented two buttons, for positive or negative confirmation. The buttons were labeled “Do It” and “Cancel”. The designers observed that a few users seemed to stumble at the point that the dialog was displayed, clicking “Cancel” when they should have clicked “Do It”, but it wasn’t clear what they were having trouble with.

Finally, the team noticed one user that was particularly flummoxed by the dialog box, who even seemed to be getting a bit angry. The moderator interrupted the test and asked him what the problem was. He replied, “I’m not a dolt, why is the software calling me a dolt?”

Great piece of history from Folklore.org on how the Lisa team at Apple settled on the word “OK” for confirmation buttons.

(via jaideputa)

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