Selling my Web, Strategy, Creativity, Productivity Books

I’m not a big reader when it comes to novels and function in general, I just find the fantasy a bit of a waste of time to be honest. But when it comes to books covering practical knowledge on the stuff that matters to me, I’m a bit OCD.

So i’ve been trying to clear out some of the books I haven’t been using in a while and I found a set of real gems from my¬†Web, Strategy, Creativity, Productivity collection. Each of these books has played a major role in helping me get to grips with the range of subjects I need to keep myself informed on as a Web & Creative Professional.

These books cover a wide range of subjects from Coding & Coding Standards, to Productivity, Time Management, Marketing & Communications Strategy, Web Strategy, Usability, Creative Thinking. The information contained in these books should be enough to get any web novice up to speed with the principles and methods needed to dive straight into the web industry. They’re also a great resource or reference for anyone working in this industry or teaching/presenting on these topics.

  1. The Open Brand: When Push Comes to Pull in a Web-Made World
  2. Six Thinking Hats – EDWARD DE BONO
  3. Lateral Thinking: A Textbook of Creativity – Edward De Bono
  4. The 4-Hour Work Week and Timothy Ferriss
  5. The Truth about Email Marketing – Jenkins
  6. rework – 37 Signals
  7. don’t make me think – Steve Krug – New Riders
  8. building findable websites – New Riders
  9. Introducing HTML5 – Lawson Sharp – New Riders
  10. Designing for Web Standards – Second Edition – Jeffrey Zeldman
  11. The Ultimate CSS Reference – Sitepoint
  12. A Designer’s Research Manual – Jenn + Ken Visocky O’Grady
  13. eMarketing eXellence – Chaffey Smith – Third Edition
  14. Starting & Running a Successful Consultancy – How To Books
  15. The Art & Science of CSS – Sitepoint
  16. Logo Lounge 2 – Rockport

I’m planning on selling this entire stash to the highest bidder to make space for some new material.

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  1. Chris Janzen says

    Have you sold your books yet? I’d be interested in a few of those. Name me a price and we can talk. Also, I live in Canada so I’m not sure about shipping and what not but I think it wouldn’t be too bad.

  2. says

    haven’t sold any, been hoping someone local would grab them from me but only got offers from abroad which costs a ton to send books from where I’m based. Where are you located Chris?

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