If I were to write a book, I’d want it to be exactly like Designing the Obvious. Robert Hoekman, Jr., has written an excellent guide to creating sites and applications that keep both developer and user sane.
This book is so good, I’d like to give you an autographed copy. Since I only have three to give, I’ll draw random names from those who comment on this post and the upcoming posts about Designing the Obvious.
Over the next several days, I’ll be writing a series about some of my favorite simplicity lessons from the book:
- Nice-to-have Features Not So Kind
- Create Forgiveness
- Get Mental (Models)
- Band-Aids Only Hide Boo-boos
- 60 second Deadlines
If you are impatient, or want to experience the full punch packed into Designing the Obvious, you can buy the book at Amazon.