A book designed for visual learners. Ironically, the slow and often repetitive build-up of topics on how to help users become badass resulted in the very cognitive leaks that the author devoted significant pages to advocate against. So at the end of about 280+ pages of what appeared to be reworked presentation slides, you might be wondering if it would be better to read it “just-in-time” rather than “just-in-case”.
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