We’re running a contest on Twitter that we hope you’ll find fun. Here’s what you need to do:
- Tweet about what you think is the single most helpful design principle. If you had to choose just one principle that you could get all those non-designer folks out there who are creating websites that are impossible to navigate and apps that are just too hard to use, what would that principle be?
- Include #CDbook and @incontextdesign in your tweet.
- Our design chair, David Rondeau, along with assistance from the other designers here at InContext, will choose a winner based on quality, originality, and general “interestingness.” Winner will receive a copy of our first book, Contextual Design: Designing Customer-Centered Systems.
- The contest will run for two weeks.
- If you enter once then think of a better principle, it’s OK. Multiple entries are allowed.
- However, don’t do things that violate Twitter Rules, like post the same tweet over and over or create multiple accounts.
- Unfortunately, the contest is only open to participants in the US for the English version of the book (no Korean or Hungarian available right now).