Simple and Usable Web, Mobile, and Interaction Design

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New Riders, Sep 16, 2010 - Computers - 240 pages
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In a complex world, products that are easy to use win favor with consumers. This is the first book on the topic of simplicity aimed specifically at interaction designers. It shows how to drill down and simplify user experiences when designing digital tools and applications. It begins by explaining why simplicity is attractive, explores the laws of simplicity, and presents proven strategies for achieving simplicity. Remove, hide, organize and displace become guidelines for designers, who learn simplicity by seeing before and after examples and case studies where the results speak for themselves.
 

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Nice book with some good points Unconventional design with every second page being a picture to highlight the point being made (kind of like a powerpoint presentation organised as a book), but it keeps the chapters brief Read full review

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