8 Worth Reading UX Design Books

UX Design Books

Knowledge is the best power and although knowledge is becoming faster and easier day by day to obtain online. There is still something incredibly special about reading a book, that is you can gain all the knowledge without any distractions or worrying about any notifications popping up on the screen again and again.

Undercover User Experience Design

The Author of the book is Box James, Cennydd Bowles and it was published in the year 2010. This book is an excellent UX design reference and guide for UX designers and web designers as well. It provides valuable examples and tricks, whether you are a beginner or an expert it’s a must read.

Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems

The Author of the book is Steve Krug and it was published in the year 2009. This book is easy to read, and a valuable book that anyone in software development should definitely read. The book teaches practical and pragmatic approaches to actually generate actionable results from a simplified version of usability testing.

Don’t Make Me Think

The Author of the book is Steve Krug and it was published in the year 2000. The book is about web usability and having an interaction with computers and it leans more towards a common-sense approach to UX designing. Best thing about this book is it is well written and short as well.

Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products

The Author of the book is Nir Eyal and it was published in the year 2013. This book is well written and delivers exactly what the headline of the book says. This book is more on how to keep your users engaged through your designs in 4 stages. Nir Eyal calls it “Hook cycle”.

Design of Everyday Things

The Author of the book is Don Norman and it was published in the year 1988. This book is great for beginners and has all the relevant information written with simplicity and simple solutions. This book is more focused on industrial product design.

Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days

The Author of the book is Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky and it was published in the year 2016. The book offers a transformative formula for testing ideas that works for any organization and teaches how to solve really tough problems in just 5 days The book is really helpful and it also has entertaining stories.

The Non-Designer’s Design Book

The Author of the book is Robin Williams and it was published in the year 1988. This book is an amazing guide for all the people with non-designer background but still you can easily apply these principles to your work.

The Elements of User Experience

The Author of the book is Jesse James Garrett and it was published in the year 1994. This book provides an excellent overview of the user experience field and instructions on the basic elements of UX design.

Do you have any other amazing UX designing books in your list? Let me know in the comment section and I will feature you in the blog.

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