Books that shaped my UX/UI knowledge

Books that shaped my UX/UI knowledge

If you are starting your interest in UX Design here are my personal book recommendations for you.

  1. The Design of Everyday Things by Donald A. Norman

Donald A. Norman talks about the importance of design as a way of communication between the object and the final user. Design is everything.

2. Lean UX by Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden

This book lets you focus on the importance of how the actual experience is being designed rather than deliverables. It also gives a lot of explanations of how to work closely between members of the product team to gather feedback much faster.

3. Don´t Make Me Think by Steve Krug

It´s a must-read for beginners, comes with a lot of real examples and is a very easy and straight forward book to read.

4. Atomic Design by Brad Frost

The author describes how we can design a system of components to build a much fast UI. This methodology consists of thoughtful hierarchies that build up a more consistent development of workflow.

5. Hacking Growth by Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown

Explains what Growth Hacking is, how big companies have used it in the past and how you can implement this process on your company or business to attract new users.


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