„When a device as simple as a door has to come with an instruction manual—even a one-word manual—then it is a failure, poorly designed.“

—  Donald Norman, Ch. 4, p. 87; regarding doors labeled "Push" and "Pull".
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psicologo e ingegnere statunitense 1935
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