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I planned to skim/sample John Maeda's book, then decide to endorse it―or not. I quickly found myself mesmerized―and thence the only issue was deciding what were the strongest words I could muster in support of The Laws of Simplicity. The book is important; and Maeda has made an absurdly complex subject―simplicity―approachable and usable. Bravo! I hope the people who design the products I'll acquire in the next ten years take this book to heart.―Tom Peters --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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- Publication date : July 7, 2006
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- Publisher : The MIT Press (July 7, 2006)
- ASIN : B08BT7YBN9
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- Language: : English
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- Print length : 128 pages
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Oh, what was the title of the book again? Oh yes, simplicity. The title of the chapters is just about the only interesting content there is in the book about the subject. All the rest of the books is trite and superficial and unwarranted self-agrandisment by an insecure author. Even his further reading list, shows how superficial the author is.
The only ray of sunshine here is that I was able to return it for a full refund.
Nevertheless, the impostor has succeeded in robbing me of precious time.
This was a mess that was topped with a cherry of the author basically calling out his terrible approach at the very end.
I feel motivated to write my own book on simplicity in UX design because apparently the bar is so incredibly low.
I remember Einstein as well : not more simpler, meaning do not sacrifice the core.
I remind that it is required a smart effort to make sth simpler, but it is easy to make sth complex.
It is a repetition with nice acronyms for me, not very productive experience of learning.