Books published in paper follow a linear sequence from page 1 to the end. Publishing this book on the web means that the content can be accessed in a variety of different ways.
The content is arranged primarily under ‘Problem’ headings, which are similar to normal book Chapters – except that you can pick and choose the Chapters you want to read, in the sequence that you want. Most of the Problems rely on the use of various Tools, and the Tools are listed separately for those who wish to review them in greater detail. There is also a description of the three thinking strategies that underpin most of the book.
Within the text, words or phrases in orange open a relevant chapter when clicked on. Words or phrases with a grey underline are explained in more detail when hovered over (try it here). Wherever you are in the Chapters, a menu will appear on the right to provide a sense of where you are now and where you might like to go next.
As well as using the ‘Problems’ and ‘Tools’ headings, the content can be accessed by other web features: internal link references, the search function in the footer, and the site map.