12/12/12 is an auspicious day for us, as two new Rosenfeld Media books make their debut. And that they're so dramatically different speaks to UX's growing diversity.
Kevin Cheng's (very) long-awaited See What I Mean shows designers and researchers of any stripe how to communicate using comics—regardless of artistic ability. (Check Brad Colbow's Amazon review.) And Sara Wachter-Boettcher's Content Everywhere unravels the complexity around breaking down and restructuring content so it can work in today's multi-device world. (Check out what Jason Grigsby says about the book.)
Pretty different, eh? But we think you'll find both books incredibly useful. Please celebrate that diversity by picking up both titles at 20% off—put them both in your shopping cart, and the discount will be applied automatically (good through 12/31/12). Not a bad holiday gift for your UX team, or yourself...
While we've got your attention, we wanted to show off a bit. We've always been proud of the wonderful covers that The Heads of State creates for us. But our book interiors are catching up. Just check out the first page of Kevin's book:
...and enjoy one of the many lovely illustrations that Eva-Lotta Lamm created for Content Everywhere:
We hope you enjoy them both!