Category Archives: Books

Book Review: The Information Diet

Review of: The Information Diet, by Clay A. Johnson (O’Reilly, 2012). Buy The Information Diet on Amazon. See the website for the book. Follow Clay Johnson on Twitter: @cjoh Information Metaphors Metaphors are than just rhetorical flourishes that make poetry

Book Review: The Information Diet

Review of: The Information Diet, by Clay A. Johnson (O’Reilly, 2012). Buy The Information Diet on Amazon. See the website for the book. Follow Clay Johnson on Twitter: @cjoh Information Metaphors Metaphors are than just rhetorical flourishes that make poetry

Review of Free, by Chris Anderson (long)

Review of Free, by Chris Anderson (2009, Hyperion). “Innovation,“ in the broadest sense of the term, comes in different forms. Sure, there is product or technology innovation. But there is also process innovation, design innovation, organizational innovation, and business model

Review of Free, by Chris Anderson (long)

Review of Free, by Chris Anderson (2009, Hyperion). “Innovation,“ in the broadest sense of the term, comes in different forms. Sure, there is product or technology innovation. But there is also process innovation, design innovation, organizational innovation, and business model

Design de Navegação Web – DWN in Portuguese

Got an unexpected package this morning: a copy of Design de Navegação Web, the Portuguese translation of Designing Web Navigation.

Design de Navegação Web – DWN in Portuguese

Got an unexpected package this morning: a copy of Design de Navegação Web, the Portuguese translation of Designing Web Navigation.

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

Experience Strategy @ Johnny Holland

I previously reviewed Subject To Change on this blog. In reviewing the book with the UX book club, Steve Baty offers a good summary of experience stragtegy in a recent article on Johnny Holland. Here’s Steve’s definition: An experience strategy

Experience Strategy @ Johnny Holland

I previously reviewed Subject To Change on this blog. In reviewing the book with the UX book club, Steve Baty offers a good summary of experience stragtegy in a recent article on Johnny Holland. Here’s Steve’s definition: An experience strategy

Designing Web Navigation – In Chinese!

Just after I got the Japanese edition of my book, I learned that it’s also available in Chinese. Apparently it’s been out since March 2009, but I didn’t even know they were working on a translation of it. This is

Designing Web Navigation – In Chinese!

Just after I got the Japanese edition of my book, I learned that it’s also available in Chinese. Apparently it’s been out since March 2009, but I didn’t even know they were working on a translation of it. This is

Designing Web Navigation in Japanese

The Japanese version of Designing Web Navigation is out. Here are some photos on flickr: Thanks to everyone who made that possible!

Designing Web Navigation in Japanese

The Japanese version of Designing Web Navigation is out. Here are some photos on flickr: Thanks to everyone who made that possible!