Day#252: My UX Reading List for 2019

Day#252: My UX Reading List for 2019

Hey Uxers welcome back to Uxergirl, and yes I know it is probably very late to come up with my cheesy resolution list of reading material but better late than never. I have recently decided I would like to go back to one of my earliest passions which was reading and start reading more books, I used to mainly read novels when I was younger ranging from dystopian stories to fantasy and crime stories. As an adult I have slowly stopped reading and have opted for shorter articles whether it be on Medium or private blogs and of course the NN/G often takes up a lot of my reading time. However I have decided to start reading again and have created a list of some books I will be digging into over the course of this year. The 365 days of UX will probably be finished before I have finished with my reading list but I do aim to start my channel and start having reviews on the Channel as well. Without wasting any more time check out my UX reading list for 2019 below, oh and yes probably there are old books etc, I have not chosen based on date more on titles and topics I wish to learn more about.

1. Remote Research

Real Users, Real time, Real Research.

By Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte

2. User Experience Innovation

User centered Design that works.

By Christian Kraft

3. Quantifying the User Experience

Practical statistics for User Research.

By Jeff Sauro and James .R. Lewis

4. Undercover User Experience Design

Learn how to do great UX work, with tiny budgets, no time, and limited support.

By Cennydo Bowles and James Box

5. Smart Things

Ubiquitous computing User experience Design

Bye Mike Kuniavsky

6. Building the Realtime User Experience

By Ted Roden

7. Storytelling for User Experience

Crafting Stories for better Design

By Whitney Quesenbery and Kevin Brooks

Forward by Ginny Redish

8. The Elements of User Experience

User Centred Design for the Web and beyond

By Jesse James Garret

9. Beyond the Usability Lab

Conducting large scale Online User Experience Studies

By Bill Albert, Tom Tullis and Donna Tedesco

10. Measuring the User Experience

Collecting, analyzing, and Presenting Usability Metrics

By Tom Tullis and Bill Albert

11. Psychology and experience

By Benjamin Bradley

12. Handbook of Global Research

Edited by Robert M. Schumacher

13. Practical Research Methods

A User- friendly guide to mastering Research

By Catherine Dawson

14. User Centered Design

By John Cato

15. Handbook of Research on User Interface Design and Evaluation for Mobile Technology

By Joanna Lumsden

And that’s my reading list for 2019, I will be doing updates on anything interesting that I have learnt as well as Book Reviews of each book so look out for those. Happy researching until next time Uxers.

Bye for now

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