Chris Bernard, User Experience Evangelist, Microsoft
It's not good enough to have a site that just looks good anymore!
Russ and Carolyn do a great job of reiterating what the core of user experience design is as well as identifying the different roles that utilize it.
If you work in the design field this book is a great resource, and if you are a User Experience Designer (or web designer) this book is a must.
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A great book which gives the general basics and explains with great care (but not deep) the essential parts of how to handle a UX project, academical book, clear and easy to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by lele7design
This is just the thing for an internship for a user experience designer working on a new large web app.Published 4 months ago by Tech Book Addict
This book is my favorite. I look at it again and again and again. Buy it if you love graphic design.Published 7 months ago by Keith Jeter
Was recommended to read this book from my design mentor at my company, and it definitely helps explain what is expected of you as a UX employee at a software company - great and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Sandlin
Thanks, I do not have 19 word to write today. Nor do I have 10 more words to write, people are not going to do this if they have to write so much.Published 8 months ago by susiemovie
Most books on the market talk about UX design very theoretically.
However this book introduces UX design practically by the approach of mapping onto every stage of... Read more
This is a great introduction to the field of UX. The text starts with a high level appraisal and then moves into some actual examples with enough substance not to bore an... Read morePublished 10 months ago by tellous
This book covers the whole process and leaves almost no subject uncovered. Must read for anyone in the User Experience profession.Published 12 months ago by Ron McCranie
I have been learning UI/UX in my design program and this covers all the fundamentals plus more that we have been learning in class. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Charles Bukowski