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The UX Five-Second Rules

The UX Five-Second Rules

Guidelines for User Experience Design's Simplest Testing Technique

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On May 27, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: The UX Five-Second Rules rules!
This book served as a great intro into 5 second UX tests and gave a thorough background into the methodology behind it, allowing me to set up some valuable tests on Usability Hub. Now to set up some more usability tests and start getting results! Full Review >

Speaking JavaScript

Speaking JavaScript

An In-Depth Guide for Programmers

Daniel's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 5.0

On Apr 21, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: A great guide for anyone wanting to know about JavaScript of all levels.
In Speaking JavaScript Dr Axel Rauschmayer writes a clear guide for anybody wanting to read about the conception and usage of JavaScript in the past, present and future. He gives just the right amount of information at first to keep any novice coder's attention whilst also serving as a complete, in depth reference catering for even the most advanced JavaScript programmer. Full Review >

A Web for Everyone

A Web for Everyone

Designing Accessible User Experiences

Daniel's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 5.0

On Mar 25, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: A great book helping us to build a web for everyone.
In "A Web For Everyone" Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery share with us their enormous amount of knowledge and experience in order to help us as web designers and developers on the way to creating solid, accessible, usable products to work towards maintaining a web for everyone. Full Review >

Idea to Invention

Idea to Invention

What You Need to Know to Cash In on Your Inspiration

Daniel's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 5.0

On Feb 2, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: Review of Idea to Invention by Patricia Nolan-Brown
Patricia certainly has the credentials, and showing real world examples of her own success and back story captured my fascination immediately, and her positive attitude towards business, invention and generally just life I think, really got me excited to read this book and apply to relevant advice to my own situation. Full Review >

Learning from jQuery

Learning from jQuery

Building on Core Skills

Daniel's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 3.0

On Jan 27, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: Review of Learning from jQuery by Callum Macrae
Callum Macrae writes in an experienced manner and with his extensive use of code examples (and also by hosting them on Github) he teaches the reader in a clear, thorough way. Full Review >

RaphaelJS

RaphaelJS

Graphics and Visualization on the Web

Daniel's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 5.0

On Jan 3, 2014 Daniel Furze wrote: My review of Raphaël JS by Chris Wilson
As soon as I saw Raphaël JS I was immediately curious to see how an entire book could be devoted to what I remember to be a small graphics manipulation library. I was proven wrong throughout Chris Wilson's super fun, hands-on, well-written guide - the best introduction to this library that I can recommend. Full Review >

Lean UX

Lean UX

Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

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On Dec 24, 2013 Daniel Furze wrote: My review on Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience by Jeff Gothelf (O’Reilly Media, 2013).
Jeff Gothelf writes in such a friendly yet knowledgeable and trustworthy way with the use of case studies, anecdotes, diagrams and thorough explanations of Lean UX and how to start incorporating it into your workflow. Full Review >

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HTML5: Up and Running

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Gets you up and running right away
HTML5: Up and Running is Mark Pilgrim's book on HTML5. The entire text of the… Full Review >

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