Announcing the Winners of the Book Giveaway

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The book giveaway contest for ‘Playful Design’ by John Ferrara and ‘Storytelling for User Experience’ by Whitney Quesenbery & Kevin Brooks has concluded.

I would like to thank all participants for competing and spreading the word.

The winners of the book giveaway

Two of the winning entries came through Twitter:
- Amy Silvers (@A_Silvers)
- Victorine Nuysink (@nuysink)

One of the winners came through mail:
- Dago Salas

And the last winner came through my Facebook page:
- Rob Mousley

Congratulations to these winners! Not a winner this time? Look out for another book giveaway in the near future!

If you’re interested in ‘Playful Design’ or ‘Storytelling for User Experience’, you can read an excerpt of these ebooks or you can go through my collection of UX Books.

 

Playful Design

Playful Design – By John Ferrara

John Ferrara’s latest book ‘Playful Design’ fills an important gap in the literature on good game design and provides deep insight into creating game-like and play-like experiences with everyday interfaces.

Playful Design

Storytelling for User Experience – By Whitney Quesenbery & Kevin Brooks

Stories persuade, explain and engage and storytelling is one of the most important skills for a design researcher. In this book Whitney Quesenbery and Kevin Brooks explain their techniques and approach.

I'm the creator and editor of paulolyslager.com, a blog about on Web Design, User Experience and Usability. Currently I'm working as UX Manager for a leading supplier of nutrients and supplements to the European market based in Berlin, Germany. Follow me @paulolyslager or google+.
My Book Collection on UX
My Book Collection on UX

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