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Article No. 836 June 6, 2012

Win a copy of "The Mobile Frontier"

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UX Magazine and Rosenfeld Media are giving away five copies of Rachel Hinman’s new book, The Mobile Frontier. To read an excerpt from the book, check out the UX Magazine article about the book.

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Maybe so Pam, but i do belive its a good reference object to start evolving from. You shouldn't go wrong with atleast starting with the ideas and design practices from this book, atleast not what i could assertain from the exerpts ive read. ( haven't gotten the book yet. but i will). Thats the beauty about the human way of handling things, its ever evolving, changing, and therefore also the designs and HCI needs to be contantly tested, researched, and improved! . Its a wonderful world...

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I think this book is full of old and late thoughts. Sorry but not even as a gift will occupy space on my bookshelves.