Just finished reading “The Design of Everyday Things” again – this book will get you to think about your everyday interfaces and the things in your environment – elevators, machines, doors, gadgets, locks, software interfaces, etc. A classic book which offers endless amount of amusement if you’re thinking twice about things you will find in there. Adopt the principles and apply them equally well to API structuring, game design, software UI and usability of things who are used everyday. Get the book here and apply it in your production process – profit. If you’re not sure about this highly recommended book make sure to checkout the blog from Luke Halliwell.
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