Over last weeks we have selected dozens of useful development and web design-related books. Not all of them were available which is why we’ve decided to give away at least the books which are available now and keep the rest for future giveaways. Consequently, we provided you with the opportunity to win 8 of them in our book giveaway1.
The response was literally overwhelming. Over 3800 readers have participated making the post probably the largest article ever published. And now, as the comments are closed, it is time to announce the winners of the giveaway which have been selected randomly.
So here are the winners: the number in the brackets in the last column stands for the comment number of the participant.
Books and Winners Link
by Andy Clarke
|2||Designing the Obvious: A Common Sense Approach to Web Application Design
by Robert Hoekman
|3||Designing for the Social Web
by Joshua Porter
|4||About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design
by Alan Cooper
|5||The Myths of Innovation
by Scott Berkun
|6||Designing Web Navigation: Optimizing the User Experience
by James Kalbach
|7||Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks
by Luke Wroblewski
|Emanuel Felipe (1233)|
by Cameron Adams
|Matthew VanTassel (2523)|
Congratulations to the winners! We’ll contact each of you during the next 24 hours to get the shipping address for the book you’ve won.
Be prepared, we are going to smash you big next time, in our future giveaways. Therefore maybe it’s a good time to subscribe to our RSS-feed .
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