So it turns out that I have a discount coupon for nostarch.com, an online bookseller. I look at their site and come across "The Art of Interactive Design" by Chris Crawford. So, has anyone read this book? Is it worth picking up?
I'm just coming to the end of my first year in my Phd (in Human Factors) and as many of us have probably done, I have to write a report concerning the current state of the art, which will also serve as the first chapter of my future thesis. I've done the usual trawling on google and journal sites and found some useful stuff, but was wondering what you guys in industry have found too, either from your own personal or company research and also from your own searches on the web.
I'm working on web interaction testing project and I was hoping to
enlist the help of IxDA members. Help a brother out by taking a few
minutes to fill out this 9 question survey, via the link below, on
your typical design process. Next week I'll share the results on
this discussion thread. Thank you all in advance!
I was going to respond yesterday to the "who is buying an iPhone"... but
decided to wait and just post an initial review...
I got one... sort of. I bought one for my wife. And trust me when I tell you
it is even cooler than the appears in the commercials. I was going to wait
for the next generation version to come out, but I might just go ahead and
There was no line at the AT&T store at 7AM yesterday morning when I stopped
at Starbucks for coffee (they're right next to each other) on my way to
work, so I decided I would check back at lunch.