Interaction design is one of the toughest fields of design. It requires a mastery of UX design, UI design, visual design, and a sixth sense for human psychology.
In our latest free e-book, we boil down interaction design theory into practical advice. Read on to learn what we’ve included.
What’s in the e-book?
Plenty of visual case studies, expert advice, and bulleted lists of specific design tips. This is not a book of theories and big words, but of bottom-line interaction design advice.
We know that interaction design can get quite theoretical, so we’ve taken the time to carefully explain how the concepts translate into your designs.
This free e-book features:
- 7 detailed chapters covering topics like Hick’s Law, Fitt’s Law, affordances, creating consistency, designing interface copy, designing white space, reducing cognitive load, and much more.
- Visual case studies from 30+ companies like Apple, AirBnB, Dribbble, Behance, Hootsuite with explanations of their IxD best practices.
- Easy-to-read, practical approach to every single topic.
- Specific advice from IxD experts like Dan Saffer, Stephen P. Anderson, Rachel Nabors, and dozens others.
Take a look at our free e-book, and feel free to share if you find it helpful!
Once 1000 shares are reached, the next 6-chapter e-book on designing interactions for time & behavior will be unlocked.