If you’ve never heard of these guys I’d really encourage you to go and take a look. They’ve been publishing very detailed and high quality viewpoints of single topics for a fair while now, with a stated goal of shedding clear light on a tricky subject and doing it fast so that you can get back to work – more about A Book Apart .
Now, continue to bend the edges of the book down until you have torn through all the pages. If you do not tear through all the pages in the first motion, reset your hands on top of the book a little closer and go through the same motions again. And as you bend the edges of the book down, try to pull the book apart
At SitePoint we’re very focused on our goal of sharing our passion for building incredible Internet things with our readers and members, generally with a heavy focus on being useful, actionable and helping people to solve tricky problems. That’s why the partnership with A Book Apart made so much sense to us.
The book is not the first book from that wonderful A Book Apart collection I have read. But it's the book from the whole series that I want to talk about first, because it analyzes a different aspect of design as a profession, as a daily bread. Your design is useless if you are unable to sell it, if you can't convince people that your solutions are in the right place and at the right time. So finally there comes from Mule Design to tell you how to do that and shares his best from 11 years experience.