The best resources help change and inform our team’s perspective. This week, editor Marli Mesibov compiles a list of nine resources to aid our design research, content strategy, gamification endeavors.
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There are a bunch of great books due out this year, covering myriad topics from the psychology of persuasion, to experience strategy, to lean UX, to microinteractions. Paul Seys provides a brief overview of the 10 books about which he’s most excited.
Did you attend this year’s IA Summit? If not, don’t fret! Andrew Maier reflects on this year’s event, sharing five books he’s recently added to his reading list. For those of you who did attend, consider adding books to the list!
While we’re busy stuffing ourselves with tasty treats and the company of family and friends, we wanted to take a minute to say farewell to 2012. Associate Editor Kristina Bjoran shares the top five posts throughout the year.
Every website has it, but not every website does it well. Andy Montgomery introduces two concepts – and provides dozens of examples – towards effective navigation design.
What do Netflix, teledildonics, and tables have in common? Well, they’re all featured in this first installment of the UX Booth Resource Roundup reboot. We pull from a variety of sources, too, so there’s surely something for everyone.
Need some perspective? In this post, Andrew provides readers with eight UX diagrams—illustrations that help practitioners communicate what makes user experience design tick.
Through @uxbooks, my twitter feed for all things UX book related, I regularly get asked to recommend books to people, and more often than not its to suggest entry level publications.
Our field is such an exciting one to be part of. We see continuous growth and brilliant people are always generating top notch material for the community to consume, respond to, and grow from. Here are some highlights from the UX community.
It’s time to expand your book shelf once again. Paul Seys, the man behind @UXBooks, shares with us 10 up and coming UX books to keep an eye out for in 2010.