A great blogpost giving you a list of must-read books if you are interested in designing products and systems that are great to interact with and easy to love. And who doesn’t? (By that I mean, which designer would not want to design like that, and which users would rather use something difficult and ugly that makes you feel stupid?)
Most of these books I have read, but there are also some new additions to my Amazon wish list!
Experiencing the interactive wireframe prototype of the LightScribe App.
I love the statistics with which WordPress so kindly provides me. I still can not believe how many people read this blog! It’s not like any numbers the average blogger would be content with, my most views in one day was 64. But since I am only writing about my university projects, I half expected no one to ever read it except my teachers, and them not out of free will.
But look at the graph above! People from all over the world have been here. How cool is that? So, thank you all Dear Readers and I hope you’ll keep coming back. Please let me know if there is anything you would like to read about, or if you (dis)agree with something.
Download the interactive graphical user interface (GUI). Interactive PDF. *New and improved!*
Although it is nice to see how the app works visually, you can also check out this overview, where the interaction is drawn out in a schematic.