Killer UX Design Begins … Here

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Great user experience (UX) design is at the heart of compelling and memorable sites. And it’s a skill Jodie Moule can help you to master in her new book Killer UX Design (just released here on SitePoint).

In the book you’ll learn how to harness the power of user experience to build interfaces that influence and inspire, and keep your users coming back—time and time again!

Watch Jodie as she introduces the book (below) and make sure you download our fun UX Design Infographic (PDF)

 

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  • http://markadrake.com Mark Drake

    Another blog post that turns out to be simple advertising / announcing a product. Do you guys not have enough ads already that you need to trick people who come to the site in reading a full advertisement article?

    I really hate this practice. Is it only me?

    • http://www.onsman.com Ricky Onsman

      Mark, we have always put up a blog post about each new book we publish. It helps our readers keep up with our publishing schedule. This one has three short paragraphs and a video interview. Yes, that’s part of our marketing, but it hardly constitutes a “full advertisement article”. Sorry if that offends you, but it really doesn’t seem like a big deal.

      • http://markadrake.com Mark Drake

        It’s not the short 3 paragraphs or the video interview that upsets me Ricky. It’s clicking on something that’s supposed to be informative (because 90% of the links that look like blog posts are actually informative) and coming to pages like these.

        I guess it isn’t a big deal else it would be changed – but I have grown tired of it. This, coupled with off-topic articles, a large increase and focus on advertising, and an IDC attitude or approach is what offends me.

        Lately the only articles worth reading have all been from Craig. I hope you guys pay him well he deserves it! He is what makes people like me come back to read your site again, and has really been holding his own for a long time.

        And Mick’s posts are why I’m leaving SitePoint. One less reader and past customer won’t really hurt your bottom line enough to make an impact, but I felt like expressing my opinion after supporting you guys so long.

        Take care,
        Mark