I loved this book. I bought it as part of my allotment for PDF (professional development fund) as a quality design reviewer. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Frithe13th
Excellent book for case of study as design based research , and as a complement for architect night stand bookshelfPublished 2 months ago by benjamin larrondo
The book is very interesting to read, not very boring like many textbooks. It tells you products carry the emotion of their designers.Published 6 months ago by Tri D. Nguyen
I'm torn on recommending this book. The positive part is that the author says that humans have three ways of processing something they see and use: Visceral, Behavioral, and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alvin Alexander
This book has given me a new framework for understanding why I love to use some products even though they have obvious shortcomings - and why I cannot bring myself to use many... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pen Name
I've referred to this book throughout my career in teaching design at RISD. If you want to understand factual scientific reasons for why beauty matters and how design is qualified... Read morePublished 15 months ago by E. P. Meier
If you are a design junky this should be required reading. Much of this also applies to art making. Being an artist myself, this sounded interesting. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tanner C.
This book is practical and gives you the skinny on what makes design compelling because of how we work. I'm more in love w/ design (and great design!!) now than ever before!Published 17 months ago by Michaela