“Too many people spend too much time trying to perfect something before they actually do it. Instead of waiting for perfection, run with what you’ve got, and fix it as you go.”
To be honest: I bought this book just because of the cover, the quality of the paper and its design. (And also because it has a nice title.)
Later on, I found myself checking it from time to time, and realised that it has a nice point of view when things go wrong (or at least, not as you expected)
This is one of those books of concepts that you can look over and over.
I honestly recommend it as an inspirational pocket-book, and It is must-have If you are a freak of graphic design.
Written by Paul Arden and published by Penguin Books.