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Free e-book: Interaction Design Best Practices

Jerry Cao
By Jerry Cao on 3rd February, 2015 Updated on 22nd April, 2020

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. 

Interaction Design Best Practices

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. 

Download the free e-book

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