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Interactive Project Management: Pixels, People and Process
Friday 17 Nov

Author: Nancy Lyons & Meghan Wilker
Publisher: New Riders, 2012
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-0321815156
Print: 0321815157 
Kindle: B007SNRSMA
Audience: Anyone concerned with managing a web-related project Rating: 4
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank

 

This look at developing interactive applications such as websites, apps and kiosks, is from a project manager’s viewpoint.


 

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