Win a copy of ‘Storytelling for User Experience’ or ‘Playful Design’
I’m giving away two copies of John Ferrara’s new book, ‘Playful Design’ and two copies of ‘Storytelling for User Experience’ by Whitney Quesenbery & Kevin Brooks. Whether you are a UX Professional or enthusiast Usability Evangelist, you’ll surely appreciate these two books.
To enter, just follow the instructions below.
How can you enter the contest
- Make sure you’re following Paul Olyslager on Twitter.
- Publish a tweet that says, “Hey @paulolyslager, do I win a copy of Playful Design or Storytelling for User Experience? http://bit.ly/R9UClB”.
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- Visit Paul Olyslager’s subscription page or scroll down ’till you see the grey subscribe box.
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- Click ‘Newsletter Signup’.
Don’t you worry if you’re already subscribed. You can still enter this contest by emailing your answer to [email protected].
Four winners will be chosen from amongst the valid entries. The giveaway ends on Friday, September 14th. Winners will receive the following formats of the book: Printer-optimized PDF, Screen-optimized PDF, ePub and MOBI.
Editorial note: The contest has concluded. Find out if you are one of the lucky winners of ‘Playful Design’ or ‘Storytelling for User Experience’.
Storytelling for User Experience
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.
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.
If books are completely your thing, maybe you can have a look at my other posts:
- 15 Free Ebooks about User Experience and Interface Design
- A Must Have Book Collection on UX
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