[Expired] We Have 5 Copies of Step by Step UI Design (Ebook) to Giveaway – Comment to Enter

Today we have 5 premium editions of Step by Step UI Design to giveaway. Written by Sacha Greif and is a must ebook for all UI designers.

All you will have to do for a chance of winning one of these books is leave a comment below telling us what’s the most frustrating user interface you have ever interacted with?.

About the Author: Sacha Greif

Sacha is a freelance designer and entrepreneur from Paris, France. He has worked with startups such as Hipmunk, Codecademy, and Sharypic. You can read his blog at SachaGreif.com or follow him on Twitter, and you can also check his startup, Folyo.

Here is his short intro to the ebook:

Short Intro to Step by Step UI Design

Photoshop tutorials are nice, but they always felt a little artificial to me. When you’re a junior designer starting out in an agency, you also learn a lot by watching other people’s design process.

So for my last project, I decided to take screenshots and notes every step of the way to explain my workflow and thought process. It’s a bit like watching over my shoulder as I work, but in the form of an eBook.

I also wanted the info in the book to be applicable to your own projects, so I included more general design tips and principle whenever I could. The eBook has been very successful so far, and I’d be happy to give a couple copies away!

After downloading a sample chapter, you can buy the Regular Edition for only $5.99 or the Premium Edition for $11.99 (the ebook with all of PSDs).

You had better be quick, there are only 12.7 million copies remaining!

The Details

This competition will run for the next 7 days (ending on the 9th of April 2012) and all you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment below telling us what’s the most frustrating user interface you have ever interacted with?.

Winners will be selected completely at random and will be informed within a few days of the competition ending via email.

Good luck to everyone :)

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