Media praise for Microinteractions: Full Color Edition
"Overall, Saffer has broken the interactions users have with digital products and services into basic elements that apply to a broad array of contexts. Each element works as both a discrete aspect of microinteraction, as well as a case-in-point for thinking about design from the standpoint of its smallest working parts. At an even finer level, individual elements such as the trigger mentioned above are broken contextually into common conditions in which they are found, such as during errors, changes in user location, and new additions of data. This cogent balance between structure, context, and usability makes Microinteractions a recommended read for anyone interested in the finer details of design."
-- , Technical Communication, Volume 61, Number 3, August 2014