Here are 10 UX related books that I thoroughly recommend you add to your reading list.
In this presentation which I originally delivered at Cambridge 2015 find out why I went from a UCD evangelist and devotee to embracing a new dogma – lean UX
Find out why the user is not always right. In fact, most of the time the user is just plain wrong (just don’t tell them that).
Learn some simple design games that you’ll be able to apply straight away to your user-centred design projects. You’ll learn games for generating potential design ideas, for exploring ideas and for refining and evaluating designs with users.
This presentation introduces system thinking (also known as service design) a way to consider the wider eco-system in which a user interacts with a service or product.
Which skills should UXers be working on? Gazing into my crystal ball I’ve outlined 10 skills that I think all future UX designers will need to know.