Paper Prototyping: The Fast and Easy Way to Design and Refine User Interfaces Carolyn Snyder When I heard that Carolyn Snyder was writing a book on paper prototyping, I knew it would be well worth reading. It's not just that she's an expert in the field; she's also the kind of competent, down-to-earth person I'd expect to be full of good advice. She doesn't disappoint. The conversational tone and generous helping of war stories, case studies, practical advice, and helpful templates make this book seem more like an approachable, expert colleague than a dry professional text. New and experienced…
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