Learning iOS Design

In other book news, my friend Bill Van Hecke wrote a great book on design called Learning iOS Design.

Picture showing cover of Bill Van Hecke's Learning iOS Design

If you're a Mac user, you've probably used software made by the Omni Group. If you've used software made by the Omni Group (and you're reading this blog), you've probably wondered about their design process. Well, wonder no more. Bill is the Omni Group's User Experience Lead, and in this book, he's laying it all out for you.

I should probably mention that Bill graciously (but perhaps somewhat ill-advisedly) asked me to write the foreword for his book. Which I did. Because the book is fantastic. Buy it on paper or for your Kindle.

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designed for use cover

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.