Don Norman, is a renowned cognitive scientist and usability expert who explores the relationship between design and human behavior. In his book, Norman sheds light on the principles of good design and how they can improve the usability and functionality of everyday objects. He emphasizes the importance of user-centered design, advocating for intuitive and user-friendly products that enhance the user experience. Norman’s expertise in cognitive psychology and human-centered design has influenced the field of interaction design and usability engineering. Through practical examples and case studies, he highlights the impact of design on people’s daily lives and encourages designers to prioritize usability and user satisfaction. “The Design of Everyday Things” serves as a valuable resource for designers, engineers, and anyone interested in creating products that are intuitive, efficient, and enjoyable to use. Norman’s insights and principles continue to shape the discipline of design, emphasizing the significance of human factors in the creation of successful and user-centric designs.