Cynthia Savard Saucier

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  • Posted to Tragic Design — a book about design ethics, in reply to Josiah Tullis , May 11, 2017

    I was brought in as the first technical reviewer and ended up writing a lot of feedback. I was impressed with how Jonathan listened to my comments without being defensive. He just really wanted to make the book better! When I joined officially the project we negotiated between Jonathan and I for a % share of the royalties that would represent our total input in the project. As Jonathan mentioned, you don't write a book to make money!

    O'Reilly is very supportive and our editor was great at giving us enough information to do things the proper way... even if it was our first writing experience. We were assigned an editor, a copyeditor/corrector, a technical reviewer, a production manager and an illustrator. They were all incredible!

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  • Posted to Tragic Design — a book about design ethics, in reply to Sacha Greif , May 11, 2017

    If you have any questions about the rest of the content (that is not available in the sample), you can always reach out to one of us.

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  • Posted to Tragic Design — a book about design ethics, in reply to Jesse C. , May 10, 2017

    Thanks Jesse! Do let us know if you have feedback.

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