About Face 2.0: The Essentials of Interaction Design, Issue 4
"The following description is for the second edition of About Face. The 3rd Edtion, About Face 3 (ISBN 0470084111), is now available."
First published seven years ago-just before the World Wide Web exploded into dominance in the software world-About Face rapidly became a bestseller. While the ideas and principles in the original book remain as relevant as ever, the examples in About Face 2.0 are updated to reflect the evolution of the Web.
Robert Reimann has spent the past 15 years pushing the boundaries of digital products as a designer, writer, lecturer, and consultant. He has led dozens of interaction design projects in domains including e-commerce, portals, desktop productivity, authoring environments, medical and scientific instrumentation, wireless, and handheld devices for startups and Fortune 500 clients alike. Joining Cooper in 1996, Reimann led the development and refinement of many goal-directed design methods described in About Face 2.0. He has lectured on these methods at major universities and to international industry audiences. He is a member of the advisory board of the UC Berkeley Institute of Design.
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Review: About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction DesignUser Review - Doug Farren - Goodreads
There is a LOT of information in this book (which is why it took so long for me to read it). There are a lot of really good suggestions scattered around the books many pages. I must admit that I ... Read full review
Review: About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction DesignUser Review - Krishna Kumar - Goodreads
A book about user interface design, it is very well-written when it sticks to details and examples. There is a greater emphasis on desktop-based software, but many of the ideas can be applied to other ... Read full review
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