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As a UI Designer in the video android games industry, this book helped me draw a lot of parallels between our relatively young field and it's more mature parent in traditional software design. In fact our industry's quick and sometimes turbulent rise to the top of the entertainment medium has been forgiving to a lot of of the same mistakes discussed in this book that predecessor design disciplines have long addressed. Things like defining a budgeted resource, weighting design requirements, and the correct use and cataloguing of exemplars are all terms rarely used (from my limited experience) in the offices of a video android game development t to say there aren't people thinking of these and contributing to the growing academic field of android game design. But a lot of of the best video android game development practices remain intuitive and undocumented. It is exciting at least, to see how much room for growth there is to grow in such areas. The distilled wisdom of the author's experience in computer hardware and software design, as well as the historical perspective provided in this book have proved invaluable for me. This book has really expanded my big-picture view of the "design" profession as more than just the sum of its e first chapters provide an illuminating and concise look at the meta-field of design (with a focus on computer hardware and software design) and the models historically developed to describe it. The later chapters on designing a beach house and extra were initially harder to relate to, however necessary as a private touch to present the author's own struggles and growth at mastering a fresh design discipline and (more importantly) documenting his own process with an academic precision that ultimately created them worthwhile.
Brooks style of writing is clear and delivers the critical points of each subject discussed; from OS360 to the family vacation house. Several insightful statements for the mid-level designer/architect and is an exemplar of candidness needed amongst those that are responsible for any aspect of systems delivery. Needed reading if you are in the systems engineering field.
An original take on the difficult topic of creative design. Brooks is right all the way, I just wished he knew more about Agile and Lean thinking. But his conclusions align with both. A must read book, full of uncommon insights into the process of creation, and innovation.
This book is for people who would like to understand design. The material published here does not include any secret formulas or silver bullets and it will not solve issues you already have. However, this is a nice coherent summary of the essence of design and this makes it a keeper for me. If anything, after reading this book you will search out what separates amazing products from mediocre ones.I'd give it 5 stars it if were not for a boring chapter I ran across a couple of days ago :)
Fred Brooks shows his deep thinking and understanding of what design is and why it is so necessary in software engineering, and in every branch of engineering and science. Infusing design thinking into science will be have a transformative effect, which is very much needed.
Fred Brooks knows a lot about design, and he's amazing at imparting that knowledge to his readers. This book discusses a lot of aspects of design and the design process. It should be on the bookshelf of anyone who designs software, hardware, houses, or what have you. The principles are valid across the whole spectrum.
Brook's fresh book is a worthy successor to the classic Mythical Man-Month. It starts by discussion of the well known waterfall model of design and why this model remains seductive to this day. It then shows its flaws, pragmatic issues with design in the true globe and alternative models. A lot of readers may be familiar with these problems (as I was ) but Brooks digs into a lot of history that you may not know e next sections talk about design as a collaborative process , various perspectives for thinking about design, visions for designing houses, the role of individual design talent (process can't replace greatness!), and how amazing designers can be nurtured. This part of the book is e latest section is a series of case studies including buildings, a System/360 (naturally), computer architecture, and the design of a joint research facility. This is the one zone where the book could have been improved and the reason I did not give it 5 stars. Understandably, Brooks draws on his own experience in picking cases studies but I personally would have liked a bunch of cases studies of app software. I imagine most designers who read this book will be software developers and few will be involved in OS design or design of physical structures. Brooks would argue that there are universal ideas that really create design transcend particular design domains, and in that sense the cases studies he provides are certainly useful. However, it is always easier to learn form a case study that is close to what you actually do yourself.Overall, Brook's writing style is excellent, entertaining and thoroughly researched so you will not be disappointed.
Mr. Brooks' collection of essays are well-written and well thought-out. The recounting of his home remodeling does more to take away from the book than contribute---however, Brooks gets a pass because it obviously meant something to him. The first half is excellent, and Brooks provides valuable anecdotal tip on "how" to engineer systems better. His appeal to recruit brilliance---find the children who can and allow them conveys a sense of enthusiasm about design and engineering sorely in need in some sectors. Brooks argument for a rigorous, truth-filled, design process is also very good.Overall, take the house items out, and this book is inspiring and informative. Highly om my realtime review when I read the book in September:For multiple reasons, I strongly recommend Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.'(tm)s The Design of Design. While the subtitle is â"Essays from a Computer Scientist,"don'(tm)t allow that dissuade you from a very accessible, common sense approach to developing "designers." I know, I know---design what?---I'm speaking of product development in whatever field you may search yourself---even design! While Brooks is talking designers, the truth is you could substitute almost any profession and his logic/advice would hold. If the book has a drawback, it would be the use of house design as a anecdotal vehicle; I did not ignore these chapters, but did not search as useful. Highly recommended.
In 1989 I started a fresh kind of software company, and considering that I had no financial, business, nor management experience, things went fairly well. Indeed, we doubled revenue every year for the first five years and grew from 3 people to more than 60. Somewhere along the line we hit our first true management crisis, and I was given the assignment to read The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering, Anniversary Edition (2nd Edition) as a first step in understanding why our scheduling and deliverables process had become so protracted and was an eye opener, and it gave me my first true understanding of the fundamental limits of the industrial model. (Michael Pollan's The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals was the second, and perhaps even more profound.) Thus, when I discovered that Brooks had written a fresh book to treat one of my favorite fresh topics--Design--I decided to order it right away. Then, while it was sitting in my shopping cart, I read through some of the comments, and though several of them spread doubt about the quality or validity of this recent effort, I decided that I would risk the purchase. And I am glad I did.I recently gave a four star review to another book on the subject of design: Roger Martin's recent book The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage. I felt poor about doing so because there is so much to like about that book and so much I appreciate about Martin's teachings. But the book did not strike me as one the best possible treatment of the subject, so I gave it only four stars. By that measure, I'm giving The Design of Design: Essays from a Computer Scientist a full five-star rating because I believe he has met that criteria. His writing is economical, elegant, accessible, and authoritative. His stance is earnest and authentic. His examples are relevant and essential. And his subject is absolutely vital to the proper construction of our 21st century is is a book I will have to buy in bulk, and to give to the a lot of people I meet in my everyday work who need the conceptual reboot that it provides. I recommend it to anyone who needs or produces creative work in these early days of the 21st century, whether in the public, private, or academic sectors.
I admit to some serious wavering with regard to choosing this book from the Kindle First offerings. The latest few I’ve read—or tried to read—were poster children for amateur writing, ridiculous plots, stilted dialogue, and scant acquaintance with history, much less the bedrock of fiction. Worse, this book was set in Paris in the latest months of the war, and I feared pages of Poor French, Cleveland masquerading as the Town of Light, and clichéd characters that a low budget central casting flack wouldn’t touch.But I overcame my trepidation, and prepared for the subsequent snarky review take down.I Was it’s not the best book I ever read, and perhaps not even worth a second read in the future, but while I was reading it for the past three days or so, I enjoyed myself immensely, too much to dwell on my initial bias. Yes, there are some anachronisms, yet not enough to cause anything more than a blip in passing. One or two historical bloopers, but nothing significant—or prevalent—enough to raise my blood pressure. And Paris emerged as the town I know well, with the requisite wartime malaise and grey pall now being pierced by rays of hope and Gallic first I objected to the heroine, Oona [perhaps in honor of Mrs. Chaplin?] Reilly having the oh-so-trite nickname Copper for her red Irish hair, but by page four I’d forgotten that little annoyance. Also by page six I’d stopped caring about the over-the-top portrayal of the British journalist too deep in alcohol to write. But Copper’s beautiful/handsome/nasty husband—well, he might be a cliché, but one I adored e plot encompassing the designers, artists, writers, and other types of marginal celebrities barrels along, yet it stops long enough to set the scenes with care and illustrate the dozens of personalities weaving in and out with depth and flair. Most interesting, aside from Paris couture rising from wartime ashes like a phoenix is the tale o who collaborated—and to what extent—and who didn’t. At first Copper was naive silly, even, the first time she witnessed the rough justice meted out by an mad crowd to a female collaborator. Over time, and not too much of that, she matures, which is a amazing thing, even—or specially—in a romance novel.I liked the dialogue, which at times reminded me of witty 1930s repartee along the lines of Gable and Lombard, or Nick and Nora Charles, rather than Americans in 1944 Paris. I liked the interactions between Dior and Copper, which in less clever hands would have been a stretch, a fabrication—no pun intended!—instead of a blossoming friendship between two disparate people who required something from the other and had something particular to offer to each other.OK, this is at the end of the day a historical romance, and you guys know what that means. This is, however, a historical romance that has so much else going for it that I can ignore the requisite tropes and have fun a amazing I’m sorry I’m done with this fun book. What to read now? Anyone?
I thought this was absolutely wonderful--a amazing read. I read it in one sitting. The author delivered all the elements: a riveting plot that covered Paris at such a pivotal time, and provided a detailed look at the city's troubles as well as the adventures and interactions of an absolutely unbelievable cast of characters. Haven't had this much enjoyment from a book in some time. Would love to read more from this author with these characters. A series of books with these people would be great!!
If you're looking for a definitive, extensive book on haute couture, this is not it. But if you're looking for a pleasant read about Paris after the German occupation, and a behind the scenes look at Christian Dior, dive in. It's a fast read with some engaging characters and a glimpse of what life was like in Paris after the war. I completely enjoyed it.
This work of fiction gives some perfect insight into Paris at the end of WWII and the early post battle period. The development of the Masion Dior is central to the story. The grand finale is Dior's Fresh Look. The factual parts of the book were fascinating and gave insight to life in that time e fictional story was overdone and I would have been happier without the sex scenes. None the less this is a amazing read for a history buff with an interest in fashion history.
Well-written, amazing characters -- both fictional and real. While Christian Dior is one of the main characters, it is not about him or the fashion world. It is set in the fashion world, but I think even people who are not that into fashion will have fun it.
The author takes some liberties with history but it doesn't change what is a amazing read. I'm always nervous when reading a book by a male author with a female lead character. Mr. Gabriel did a unbelievable job giving a female view and I liked his main hero Copper very much. Seeding the rise of Dior and the changes and conflicts in an end of war/post battle Paris was an interesting read and has led me to put the author on my to read pile.
Interesting historical fiction premise, though extreme liberties were taken with dates, happenings and biographical information. Far closer to the "fiction" aspect of the genre than the "historical" one. Not sorry I read it, but glad I had not spent the proper purchase price, as it was one of the free selections of the month.
The storyline is an interesting one. The story does begin slow but picks up pace later. There are a lot of characters to hold track of . If you do not speak French there are a lot of words that you will just have to overlook. The author also has a huge vocabulary that can be a small distracting at times. All in all not a poor read.
Of all the musicals out there, this one is easily one of my favorites. Anyone who loves fairy tails should not pass up this movie. It's a witty merging of some of the most known tales of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Small Red Riding Hood. Be aware they are based off of the true Grimm fairy tales, and the second half is AFTER the Happily Ever After. It is a comedy satire but with a lot of charm and heart and some thoughts to reflect on. The music, dialogue, and characters are among my favorite. This is a filmed broadway production of the original cast and it's hard for me to imagine anyone else in their roles.
Android game not well executed. I'm assuming that to move past the first room you need to complete it. However, there is no method to earn, win, or buy the gems important for the latest two improvements, and thus there is no method to move forward. The window that shows your choices for each improvement sometimes blocks the preview so you have no idea what you're actually selecting. All powerups require gems to purchase (see above). In general this android game is not well thought out and is really just a waste of time
I happen to be a professional graphic designer and I didn't like how I had to war with the layers to edit my design. I think the vault was cool and elements it holds. But if they could search a better method for us to organize the layers, this application would be amazing for even professional designers who need to satisfy clients on the fly. As for now. Sorry I won't use it. My anxiety went up the roof fighting with layers
I am a professional manufacturer and marketing consultant with creative design skills. My company has the #1 Rock Band in the globe for a client. We create instruments for a lot of of the artists you see and hear. Telling you that to allow you realize the quality of products we use on a everyday basis here. I was remote and only had my Samsung Galaxy 8. I required to make an online announcement without my Surface, Photoshop, or Illustrator, and never thought an application would do all I needed. Don't blow this product off if you are a professional. It will do all you need. Pay the $1.99 and remove [email protected]#$%, and it will unblock watermarking. The promo I made brought over $60,000 in sales to us. Of course we have a amazing product, but we would not have gotten this response with a not good design and without the features in this app. It really works.
I was wondering what is the simple method to obtain the posters done for my shop and didn't wish to spend hell lot of time. I cam across this application and to my surprise it was so simple to use and helped me in creating my poster. Now thinking about the content took me more time.
This application is really cool.. I have one issue with it though.. Ya'll should really make an Undo button, because as soon as you create a major mistake, you gotta begin the whole thing again and it's quite annoying tbh..
will hold asking for access to storage and camera. i dont like apps having free (read anytime without me knowing) access to my storage for privacy reasons. but it wont begin unless you give it permission. i will always deny access unless android device makes a feature to ask for one-time access untill i close the application with record af what and wbtn the application accessed the camera an storage.
What is the use if u have to buy each and everything. And all the boring ones are for free.... Plus why do u have that tag on the poster? Is that really necessary.... I read the comments hoping that this is a amazing application to use... Instead ended up disappointed.
Did think it was ok..gave 5 stars then I found a much better application with method more templates. Store around first guys... so now only 3 stars as I've paid for it but for the same price I got one with 200% more templates
I wish refund. After purchasing the premium,this application shows their applications ad page in it. I don't like any advertising in the purchased version. Also background photos are not working properly in while editing.