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Three books to dive into the UX world

6 października 2018

  1. "The Design of Everyday Things" by Don Norman. Why do we think it's important to read it? It is the conceptual basis for starting to understand the human-computer dialogue. Don Norman is one of the theorists par excellence of the concept of "usability". 2. "Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks" by Luke Wroblewski Why do we think it's important to read it? Luke Wroblewski, Google's product manager, is the benchmark in forms and interaction design. This book is old, but it has the essence of what it means to start measuring and understanding users in their behavior with interfaces.   3. "Lean UX" by Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden Why do we think it's important to read it? Because Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden are part of a group of intelligent mega geek people in NYC who are looking for the return to working in an agile way, but at the same time including user research issues. They question everything, turn everything around and explain techniques in a very practical way. This methodology is being used in America and Europe. Indispensable to know it and to apply it, to continue even rethinking it.