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The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond (2nd Edition) (Voices That Matter) 2nd Edition
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It can also be a useful resource for all those who're not solely focused in UX, but who'll need to share some content or "feature" with users. If you fall within this category, and are looking for a good introductory book on UX, this is probably the one you should pick.
I've read it after a few others on the subject, and not all of its content was new to me. Moreover you'll definitely need to back up its content with something else, if you're really serious about UX design. It's not a reference book. Experienced UX designers might hence even feel disappointed. It's quite shallow, and basic in content. Nevertheless, I consider it a great primer, with key concepts organized in such a way that it's easy for them to be recalled and also accessed as a quick reference. It also contains several valuable tips, which never hurt to be reminded about, no matter what's the amount of experience under your belt.
It kind of reminded me about "Don't make me think" by S. Krug, for certain aspects. Not a complete reference, but definitely clear, concise and to the point. It can be read in a short amount of time too, so that no big investment in terms of time is needed.
As a side note... "The Elements of User Experience: A Primer on User-Centered Design for the Web" might've been a more suitable title.
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Unlike “The Design of Everyday Things” and “Don’t Make Me Think”, this book is much more conceptual with very few examples. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Scott Magnificent
You get what you pay for. I like having my textbooks on kindle. It makes searching easy, that's for sure.Published 5 months ago by Josh
This was the first book i read about UX and i think it was a really good start. Good explanations about all the "planes" that we can divide a product, showing the relevance for... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Flávio F.
We needed the Elements of User Experience for my husband's school and buying on Amazon was by far the affordable option. Fast shipping and a great quality book! Thanks!Published 7 months ago by Abbi LOVES Amazon
This book provides a good overview of UX, but it seems a bit stale as it focuses so much on the web. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Hermes