Intuitive Design

Eight Steps to an Intuitive UI
Narrated by: Miles Meili
Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins
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Make your designs immediately self-explanatory and easy to use, and never “agree to disagree” again about whether they are intuitive!

Your mission: To design an intuitive UI for your next project. Your problem: You’re not sure what “intuitive UI” really means. Worst problem: Your team isn’t sure either, so your discussions about intuitive design are unproductive and opinion-driven.

If this sounds familiar, Intuitive Design: Eight Steps to an Intuitive UI will give you the insight, principles, and guidelines you need to get the job done. You’ll learn the objective and actionable steps for designing intuitive UIs - for mobile, web, and desktop apps. Mission accomplished!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2018 Everett N. McKay (P)2018 Everett N. McKay
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Really helpful considerations

I had low expectations and thought I kinda knew enough from my own experience about app design, but was nevertheless curious. I listened all the way through and consentrated on understanding. I found some really good practical considerations that I could use immediately in my mobile app development. It also woke in me a greater awareness of my app designs and gave me tools and confidence to apply this knowledge.

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best UX audiobook

this is honestly the best and most practical audiobook I've heard yet on UI/UX. i will definitely be listening to it again.

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well formatted audio. add 10% repetition

i listened while doing other work, retention would be aided by repetition of headlines and key points

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Design can apply to audio too

The book presents many useful points, but does so poorly. The seven key points are in chapter 3, but the way that they’re presented is a mess; broken up among several sections. If the audiobook has a framework, the 7 points are strewn diagonally across it. I completely lost where I was, and any relationship among the points was not obvious.

Also, the pauses for the chapter or topic headings were not long enough to establish that they were headings and not just the next sentence in the paragraph.

I’ll likely pick up the physical version of the book because I think the information presented has merit. I just wish someone would create a similar list of UX guidelines for audiobooks.

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A Must-Read for Web/Mobile Roles

I loved this book! It was clear, to the point, and extremely useful for the web design process.

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A lot to take in - paperback is better

There’s some good information in this book and challenging views that actually take-on some of The Greats (like Nielsen’s Heuristics). However, it’s clear this book was meant to be looked at, not listened to. I just got the paperback version and it’s a very similar format to Don’t Make Me Think - which has tons of visuals.

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