Designing for Touch

A few days ago, Josh Clark sent me a copy of his latest book, Designing for Touch. I’ve been reading it over the holidays, and I’ve really enjoyed it. It’s well organized, succinct and to the point, but also manages to cover a lot of ground, and go in depth on the most important topics. Like all books from A Book Apart, it’s beautifully designed.

In short, if you are designing for touchscreen devices (and really, who isn’t, nowadays?), go pick it up.

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But wait, there's more!

Want to read more like this? Buy my book's second edition! Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web is now available DRM-free directly from The Pragmatic Programmers. Or you can get it on Amazon, where it's also available in Chinese and Japanese.