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Defining and Informing the Complex Field of User Experience (UX)
Article No. 604 January 11, 2011

Announcing the winners of the "Smart Things" book giveaway

cover of Smart ThingsThe givaway contest for Mike Kuniavsky’s new book, Smart Things: Ubiquitous Computing User Experience Design, has concluded. Thanks to Mike and Morgan Kaufmann Publishers for partnering with us to bring this contest to you.

One of the winning entries came through email subscription:

  • Justin from Englewood, Colorado, U.S., who wants to read about digital design

One winning entry came through the UX Magazine Facebook Wall:

  • Laert from South Melbourne, Australia, who's interested in the role that emotion plays in the experience, and how advanced the UX field is in terms of measurability

The remaining winning entries came through Twitter:

  • Tanya from Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S., who'd like to read about UX design for everyday objects
  • Carol from Copley, Ohio, U.S., who wants to read about Agile and UX
  • Bob from Canoga Park, California, U.S., who'd like to read about merging mobile app and Web experiences

Congratulations to these winners! Thanks to everyone else who entered. The topics you shared that you're interested in reading about will help us tremendously in seeking out new articles.

You can still read a UX Magazine article by the book's author and download a sample chapter from the book, or purchase it from the Elsevier science and technology bookstore.


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