Five UX Books

Five UX Books

1. Don’t Make Me Think – Steve Krug

This reading is short enough to keep your attention, but at the same time it is full of helpful information. Krug has a very casual writing style, the chapters are full of humorous, understandable explanations and visual side-by-side comparisons.

2. 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People – Susan Weinschenk

This book is very appealing visually: it’s nicely illustrated and the layout is structured in a way that it is very easy to read. 

3.  The Design of Everyday Things – Don Norman

This book is so interesting that you will feel like reading fiction, Norman has a humorous yet credible writing style that makes this volume an effortless reading. 

4.   Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days – Jake Knapp

This book is one of the most comprehensive guides you can read about a lean design process, but the real value is not just the framework itself. 

5. Product Design – A Comprehensive Guide on Designing Digital Products People Will Love – David Pasztor

It is full of real-life examples and illustrations, easy to read but loaded with a vast amount of useful information.

 Below is my list of books. I would love to hear from you any comments or suggestions. 

Thank you for reading.