Books

The best UX books I’ve had the pleasure of reading. I’ve learnt a lot from these UX books and would recommend them to anyone considering a career in UX.

UX Books: The User Experience Team of One

UX Books: The User Experience Team of One

Book Review The User Experience Team of One: A Research and Design Survival Guide is bought to us by Leah Buley, an Independent Design Consultant from San Francisco, CA. The UX Team of One provides a practical guide for anyone working in UX ... Continue Reading

UX Books: Communicating The User Experience

UX Books: Communicating The User Experience

Book Review Communicating The User Experience is bought to us by Richard Caddick and Steve Cable of Bristol based user experience agency CX Partners. Communicating The User Experience provides a practical guide for anyone working in UX and Design. In this book, Richard and ... Continue Reading

UX Books: Designing For Emotion

UX Books: Designing For Emotion

Book Review Designing for Emotion is bought to us by Aarron Walter as part of the A Book Apart series. Designing for Emotion teaches us how to design and build digital products users will fall in love with, by creating memorable ... Continue Reading

UX Books: Lean UX

UX Books: Lean UX

Book Review Lean UX- Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience was first published in 2013 and went on to win the Jolt Award for the ‘best book of the year’. Lean UX teaches us how Lean and Agile development theories can be ... Continue Reading

UX Books: Don’t Make Me Think – Revisited

UX Books: Don’t Make Me Think – Revisited

Book Review Don’t Make Me Think Revisited is the follow on from Steve Krug’s international best seller Don’t Make Me Think (released way back in 2000). If you’re new to UX, this is a must read, the first edition went on to sell ... Continue Reading

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