This time we are giving away the book ‘Storytelling for User Experience’ and an exclusive webinar around storytelling and UX. All you have to do is tweet. Want to know more? Read on.
What can you win?
Storytelling is an important part of our cultures. For ages we’ve been using stories as a way of sharing information. In user experience, they could help us understand our users, learn about their goals, explain our research, and demonstrate our design ideas. Around this topic Rosenfeld Media recently published a book, authored by Whitney Quesenbery and Kevin Brooks, called ‘Storytelling for User Experience’. To celebrate the launch of this book we are able to give away some super prizes:
- 5x the book ‘Storytelling for User Experience’
You can win a copy of this book. It’s got 16 chapters, 298 pages and loads of interesting tips and (of course) stories.
- 12x access to an exclusive 1 hour live webinar with Whitney Quesenbery and Kevin Brooks around storytelling and UX
Exclusively for this contest Whitney and Kevin are organizing a webinar. The people who win this prize will receive a time and date of the webinar. During the webinar you’ll be able to ask questions to the authors and learn everything you wanted to know about storytelling and UX.
What do you need to do?
We like contests where the community can learn from the participants. So we want you to do the following:
Tweet an answer to the question “Why is storytelling powerful?” with the hashtag #uxstory.
The rules are just that simple. You tweet, we decide who wins. Only people that followed the (simple) rules of the game have a chance to win. There is no possibility to discuss the outcome of the contest. We will only inform the winners of the contest. They will get an e-mail asking for their contact details. Winners have two weeks to reply, if that doesn’t happen… we will choose a new winner.
The contest starts on the day this article went live and ends June 30th. The winners will be informed before July 5th. You can send in as many tweets as you want. Everybody can compete, except for our own kahunas and dudes.
Thanks to Rosenfeld Media for sponsoring this contest. Don’t forget to follow them @rosenfeldmedia.