4 Nov 2018

Don't make me think , and other books

My son is Human User Interaction Specialist, has been now for more then 20 years. He visited me today. Bringing me the last edition of the Don"t Make Me Think, by Steve Krug

I begun to read the beginning of the book on Kindle, but on book format is waw! a lot more. It's beautiful pictures, schemes, images can be understood, seen, taken in a lot better then on screen. 

I have now before me some wonderful hours of study about different aspects of Web (and mobile) Usability. I am sure, it will improve the way I present a post in this blog.

My son did bring this book to me after we have talked about the book: I do have an older edition on Kindle, and this did cost a lot more, so I was hesitating. "I must have one home" he told me, and it is indeed, useful and really great book. A lot to learn from it for all.

I love to read, I love to study, and from the 20 last month as I begun my Pathways journey, I found a lot of interesting books completing and helping me along my journey. 
I think I have already once showed these one's. From them I recommend mostly Managing Transition and Transitions firstly, then The Eloquent Woman's Guide to Moderating Panels, which of course is not only for women. And also Leading with style book who helped me understood better the "leadership style lingo" and problems from Level 2. 

The Transition books date from April 2017, Level 1 Research project, and I will use them Saturday during my workshop in my Division H too. 

Those are only a few of the books and subjects I got to discover along my paths. Each path and project as each book brings about new joys of discovery and understanding.

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