The Core UX Reading List

Aug
2
2011

CBD Perth Graf

I get asked this a lot. “What are the best UX books to read?”

In true UX tradition my answer is depends.

It depends on your experience as a UX practitioner, your experience with scientific research methods, psychology, interaction design, user interface design, product or visual design and your level of communication skills.

Still having a list of starter books would be handy.

Yeah sure others have their lists from the likes of Will Evans, Paul Seys and Nick Finck however some of the books on these are either too complex (for someone new to UX) or take way to long to get to the point. Bit like this post.

So here is a list of books I would pick as the must read UX books.

The UX Book List

More Specific Methods and Techniques Tuning

Let’s Get a Lot Deeper and Serious

So what are your killer must have UX books, I’m sure they are few that are different to the list above.

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