iWork ’09: The Missing Manual
Complete coverage of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, Apple’s remarkable collection of productivity programs for creating stunning documents, slideshows, and spreadsheets. With a uniquely witty style that helps you learn quickly, this Missing Manual explains not only how to use every feature, but why and when, with entertaining and helpful examples every step of the way. Published by O'Reilly Media.
The Mobile Book
Smashing Magazine published The Mobile Book
this week. I was honored to contribute the book’s final chapter about designing for touch.
The Twitter Uncertainty Principle: How Tweeting Changes Us
The moment we decide to relay a personal experience to others, the experience itself changes.
Best iPhone Apps: Reinventing (and Designing) Books in the Web Era
Or, “Why I wrote and designed an entire book in Pages.” The web has changed the way we read, and my new book is part of an experiment to create a new kind of print storytelling, with lessons for writers, designers, and publishers alike.
Big Medium 2: The Complete Guide
A comprehensive overview of Big Medium
, the website management system for designers and their clients. This friendly, accessible tour of Big Medium starts with a nuts-and-bolts explanation of how non-technical editors can add and edit webpages without any HTML know-how. The book gradually builds to more advanced topics, from custom site design to system administration.
My Latest Project: A Book
I signed a contract last month with O’Reilly to write a book about Apple’s iWork software, and I couldn’t be more tickled.
Magic Boxes, Canned Chaos and Creative Totems
A creative totem distracts you from the mundane and everyday just long enough for your mojo to kick in and save the day.
Books by Josh Clark: Best iPhone Apps, iWork ’09, and Big Medium
I write books to help creative people understand the technologies that can make their work easier, more beautiful, and more all-around awesome.