The Gestalt is a psychology school that studies the behavior and the way as we organize and we assimilate the stimulatons that surround in them, in end the way as we see and we feel the world our return, through these studies this school it established 8 laws that summarize the way as we catch the information our return. The interesting one is that visually we can identify to all the laws of gestalt in our proper keyboard of the PC (of notebook is a little different but we can also recognize some). What it indicates as the times instinctively we tend to follow these small laws that help designers to project the objects that surround in them. The laws of the Gestalt are the following ones: ProximidadeSemelhanUnidadeContinuidadeSegregaoUnificaoFechamento PregnnciEnto we go to the analysis in itself, looks at for its keyboard you obtains to see some groups distinct of keyboard keys? in the common keyboards of PCs they are divided in the three or four numerical keyboard the directional arrows together with soft keys as scroll Lock, print screen, home among others and finally the group of the basic keyboard keys that all possess the ABC and the specific soft keys of each keyboard as to power, volume, zoom, email, etc. Already in this small separation we can see some of these used rules being as example:The rule of the PROXIMITY that says our directions tend to group objects or units prximas.SEMELHANA the groups are more easily grouped or detached had the differences and similarities, for example looks at for the group of keyboard keys that is specifies of its keyboard, in some keyboards exists the keyboard key to power, others keyboard key email, home, to bring up to date, etc, repairs as these keyboard keys possess different forms and colors and if other keyboard keys detach in the way them standards, this is proposital therefore is through these keyboard keys that the manufacturers of keyboards show to the differential of the keyboard giving they forms and differentiated colors the UNIT is what we finish to make we divide the keyboard in small groups that are identified as units. David Fowler is likely to agree. .