There’s Not an App for That will make your work stand out from the crowd. It walks you through mobile experiences, and teaches you to evaluate current UX approaches, enabling you to think outside of the screen and beyond the conventional. You’ll review diverse aspects of mobile UX: the screens, the experience, how apps are used, and why they’re used. You’ll find special sections on "challenging your approach", as well as a series of questions you can use to critique and evaluate your own designs. Whether the authors are discussing real-world products in conjunction with suggested improvements, showcasing how existing technologies can be put together in unconventional ways, or even evaluating "far out" mobile experiences of the future, you’ll find plenty of practical pointers and action items to help you in your day-to-day work. Provides you with new and innovative ways to think about mobile design Includes future mobile interfaces and interactions, complete with real-world, applied information that teaches you how today’s mobile services can be improved Illustrates themes from existing systems and apps to show clear paths of thought and development, enabling you to better design for the future
The revolutionary book on discovering your happiest self—now in paperback. Technology has expanded at such a rate that nearly every aspect of our world has been affected—yet there has been no corresponding expansion of personal happiness. Instead, we find that the wealthiest societies of the world have become depressed, anxious, sleep deprived, and overmedicated. Max Strom, author of A Life Worth Breathing and global teacher of personal transformation, reveals that we each have internal, human technology capable of empowering our lives and leading us to deeper levels of happiness. In his new book, There Is No App for Happiness, Strom illustrates three imperatives to take back control of our lives. Imperative One: Self-study. Overcoming our negative presets. Imperative Two: Live as if your time and your lifespan were the same thing. Imperative Three: Learn a daily regimen that heals and empowers you, and practice it one hour a day. Learn that joy and fulfillment require us to be active participants and that we should not strive for a virtual life—but a life truly lived. There Is No App for Happiness will propel you into a new and more meaningful experience of living.
Our world is more interconnected than ever--and yet we are all more isolated. Our vast array of communication tools has in many ways stepped on the toes of traditional communication. But strong communication skills help people thrive, enabling them to accomplish everything from landing jobs to making sales to running an organization. There's Not An App for That is an easy-to-incorporate guide that will help you to master the skills technology can't replicate. Learn to explain complicated ideas, interview effectively, speak clearly, and ultimately get ahead--all without looking at your smartphone.
|Author||: Charles Anderton Read|
|Release Date||: 1880|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
The Cat in the Hat takes readers on an out of this world reading adventure through outer space! The Cat in the Hat's Learning Library is a nonfiction picture book series that introduces beginning readers ages 5-8 to important basic concepts. Learn about the solar system, planets, the constellations, and astronauts, and explore the wonders of space with the help of everyone' favorite Cat in the Hat! Perfect for aspiring astraunauts, or any kid who loves learning and science. The universe is a mysterious place. We are only just learning what happens in space. Featuring beloved characters from Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, the Learning Library are unjacketed hardcover picture books that explore a range of nonfiction topics about the world we live in and include an index, glossary, and suggestions for further reading. “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama
|Pages||: 329 pages|