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UX Zeitgeist Reading Lists
UX Zeitgeist lists provide an opportunity for you to explore what other UXers are reading or consider relevant to their life and work. UX Leaders such as Lou Rosenfeld, Kevin Cheng, Whitney Hess, and Caroline Jarrett.
Lists are also an opportunity for you to let the UX community know what you consider important reading. Create your own list now!
I thought I would add to this my own personal list of top UX books that have helped me along in my career as well as in recent days. These books I have promoted in several of my presentations as well as to any colleagues who ask for such resources. So here is my list of top UX Books:
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Favorite books on design and/or design-related topics
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Including analytics among your research and design tools
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These books have shifted my work at a fundamental level.
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The UX half of my bookshelves.
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Books I want to read... but in what order?
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Books about the tools of the trade...
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These are books I own and will lend to folks nearby.
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If you have one of these books, I'd like to borrow it from you.
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Just like it says.
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Books on the shelf here at Fit Associates, related to field research -- observation, interviewing, etc.
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This is the collection of books I've read that have influenced my thinking about business, marketplaces, and how to run a small business that cares.
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The top five books on forms design. Which one is best for you depends on what your aim is and the type of forms you are working on. For more details about these books, start with my article 'The Top 5 Books About Form Design' (scroll down to the bottom of the list)
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If you create digital products, you have a responsibility to make them easy to use. It’s mostly common sense; it’s just not common practice! These books are what I consider the must-haves for any user experience designer. They'll teach you how to design products that are useful, usable and desirable.
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Comics can be used to easily communicate ideas. What's more, anyone can do it with no training. If you're interested in delving deeper into the world of comics, here's some books that can help. Some are around creation of comics, some around drawing, some around general creativity.
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Graphic novels that cover a range of topics and styles, giving you an idea of just what the medium can do and entertaining you at the same time!
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Here's some examples of comics being used to explain concepts or tell stories—or both! Subjects range from history to business to science to religion to personal tragedies.
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Are you working with someone who just doesn't "get it"? Here's a short list of books, any of which can really drive home why design is an important part of creating anything.
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These are the books that influence me and how I approach business and work. If I was to start a new company tomorrow, many of the principles in these books would contribute to the foundation of the company.
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Books & articles that push what's possible/interesting in digital product design.
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Books & articles I keep handy whenever I'm working on prototypes, coding in general, or explaining my approach/techniques to others.
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