Lukas Mathis

Lukas Mathis writes essays on design and usability at ignorethecode.net, and he writes about video games for wisegamers.ch, a Swiss gaming news site. His essays on design have been published on sites like UX Magazine and Splashnology. He has created a number of online tools for UI design, among them iphonemockup.lkmc.ch, a collaborative iPhone UI mockup designer. He works as a developer and user interface designer for Swiss software company Numcom Software, creator of workflow management software.

Designed for Use Designed for Use (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
by Lukas Mathis
June 2011
OUT OF PRINT

"A fine choice for any computer designer's collection!"
--Diane Donovan, California Bookwatch: The Computer Shelf, December 2011, Volume 6, Number 12

"Designed for Use can be recommended to both professional and beginner GUI designers. It covers a huge variety of design methods, ensuring that both advanced and greenhorn designers will find something new. Like Jenifer Tidwell's Designing Interfaces book, it IMHO belongs on every programmer’s shelf."
--Tam Hanna, Real Studio Developer, RSD January/February 2012