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User Friendly: How the hidden rules of design are changing the way we live, work, and play is a intricately woven history of the world of user friendly design with the established principles, concepts, theories, and practice of industrial/customer/empathy design subject. The author narrates in a fluidic, easy-to-grasp manner, the historic events that helped shape the subject of user friendly design. As a reader, my greatest takeaway was - all along, in reading other books on the topic, I got to understand the concept & application, whereas from this book, I got to understand why a certain paradigm appeared on the design thinking horizon and how it evolved and adapted into the modern theory that we have available today
If you're someone who works with customers in your line of work directly, this book is a treasure trove of information on how you can, not only, design keeping the user in mind, but more importantly, design keeping accountability of the consequence of your designs in your ethos!
This book brings you a lot of insights on how challenge, empathy, active listening and deep thinking can help us improve the world around us, being it just by changing how we perceive and engage with our cellphones or by how we can improve our day-by-day at work. Although you may think that this has been written to designers, I would say that the history it traces and the analysis it provides is a must-read to everyone. I am not a designer myself but this book has changed how I see my work as a project manager. Besides, the narrative flows easily and pleasantly, the sole drawback is that a few words are very hard to understand if you are not a native speaker (and I would say even if you are...). I believe reviewing the vocabulary to simplify a few terms would greatly benefit the overall reading.
El libro lo entregaron super rápido. Me encanta que la cubierta tenga textura, es un diseño muy especial y detallado. Es una buena lectura si trabajas en UX o áreas afines del diseño. El lenguaje que utilizan no es demasiado especializado, así que es muy fácil de entender de que va.
The Book is really engrossing and it has focused on the unknown territory of the design area where we generally don't trade. A must read for any design student and everybody in general. A possession worth every penny.