Working through Screens by Jacob Burghardt

Working through Screens

Working through Screens
by Jacob Burghardt

Publisher: Flashbulb Interaction 2010
Number of pages: 404

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Working through Screens is a reference for product teams creating new or iteratively improved applications for thinking work. Written for use during early, formative conversations, it provides teams with a broad range of considerations for setting the overall direction and priorities for their onscreen tools. This volume can help definers and designers to explore innovative new directions for their products.

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