Omaat hyvää ymmärystä informaatioarkkitehtuurista ja käyttöliittymäsuunnitelusta.
"For men as well as for women, secretaryship is a promising field. ... Banks and other firms like the stability of a male employee who won't be departing if wedding bells chime. Some executives believe a man can deal more easily with other men and can be trained for an executive post for which a woman might not qualify." "Strictly for Secretaries" (rev. ed., 1965). In a library binding -- remember those?!
Season 5, Episode 3: "Tea Leaves" - Peggy says "You know, your book really does have a voice." Michael Ginsberg replied, "That's what they said about "Mein Kampf." The kid really has a voice." http://www.nypl.org/blog/2012/02/27/mad-men-reading-list
Front page headline from January 1, 1968 New York Times, as seen in Season 6 Episode 1 of Mad Men
“I Wonder If Mr. Fieldcrest Is Married?”: New Yorker Ads from the “Mad Men” Era
Looks like a bride. Cooks like a mother.
Games People Play http://www.nypl.org/blog/2010/09/13/mad-men-reading-list
Mad Men on the Couch: Analyzing the Minds of the Men and Women of the Hit TV Show (Paperback) http://postteenageliving.com/amazon.php?p=1250002982