With all the hysteria of the Macworld taking precedence last week, it appears that Apple slipped out a not-so-insignificant update to the OS X Human Interface Guidelines. After a fairly stagnant revision history in the last few years, the much-discussed 'UI Bible' (and I use the term loosely) has been updated to encompass OS X 10.5 Leopard.
It's available as an online document, and also as a 28MB PDF file (link) for your perusal as you decide on how you want your next best-selling application to look, feel and act.
[via Microsoft MacBU blogger Nadyne]
Apple updates Human Interface Guidelines for Leopard
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