A new generation of design books published in 2015, 2016 and 2017, that have recently become part of my virtual collection.
UX Books are still a thing. Although long-form articles on User Experience are increasingly becoming available online, for free, books still have a place in our hearts. The challenge of reading in the browser is that we’re constantly distracted by notifications, emails, and much more attractive browser tabs that derail us from finishing what we started – whereas books allow us to focus on a much more immersive type of reading experience.
When you think of UX Books, there’s a pretty well-known list of essential books for every UX designer circulating online. There are many versions of the same list, but they mostly revolve around the same usual publications.
But what about the most recent books?
What are some interesting UX and Design Books published over the last two or three years, that are worth considering to your personal collection?
The list below aggregates some of my favorite books, in no particular order. Hope you enjoy the selection.
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