LIS 558 - User interface design guidelines

The following is a brief list of points to remember in designing a user interface in Windows. For a more detailed discussion, see
  1. Be consistent.
  2. Allow access via both mouse and keyboard.
  3. Be helpful.
  4. Avoid clutter and inefficiencies.

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