10 Must-Read UX Books


Guest Post By: Creative Market

There are a lot of great books on UX and Usability these days. So many, in fact, that it’s hard to narrow it down to the very best ones! Here are 10 that every UX designer will be able to glean some useful information from.

1. Don’t Make Me Think

This book has a great way of approaching human-centered design thinking and Steve Krug is one of the foremost experts in the field.


2. Rocket Surgery Made Easy

Also by Steve Krug, this book is an essential one to read for designers doing usability testing. It is one of the best resources for learning how to plan and conduct user tests on your product.

Want to read the rest? Head to the Creative Market blog where this was originally posted.

Michelle Polizzi is a freelance writer and former content coordinator for Brandfolder. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her bicycling around Denver, catching a live concert or cooking up a fresh vegetarian dish.

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