As a designer of mobile interaction and a manager of the process in my company, but also an instructor in interaction design and information systems management, I look for books that balance the academic perspective with the practitioner's perspective. I particularly treasure readability, applicability, and high value for the time I spend absorbing the message of a book. If I can't find a message within the first 50 pages, I'm likely to give up. I have good news: Buy This Book. It doesn't even matter if you're in the field of mobile design. The general design advice and summaries…
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