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Sep 18, 2006: New book: Communicating Design

So nice to come home from a trip and find Dan Brown's Communicating Design buried under a pile of mail. Having just slogged through PB3's chapter on deliverables, it would have been so helpful to have had this book handy a few weeks earlier (although Dan—along with Gene Smith and Austin Govella—really helped us out on that chapter).

Considering how the field has matured in the past few years, it really makes sense to dedicate a book to deliverables; I can't imagine a better person to take on the topic. Communicating Design is divided into three logical sections—"User Needs Documents," "Strategy Documents," and "Design Documents". Within those sections, Dan covers ten essential types of deliverables, and he deserves a lot of credit for sticking to only ten.

Anyway, time to get your credit card out and order a copy. Congrats, Dan!

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