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The book club allows us to discuss books being read by members. Feel free to expand on things learned, ask questions about something confusing or share excellent books you've found.
Latest Activity: Apr 6
This is our UX book club choice for this month. However, I haven't started reading it yet, but I thought I'd post on here to see if anyone else has read this book yet and if you have any insights or…Continue
Started by Crispin Reedy. Last reply by Kyle M Stone Jun 29, 2011.
I think this is the book recommended by Bill Buxton in his Stanford talk on Sketching and Experience Design: …Continue
Started by Tom Coleman Apr 14, 2011.
From Microsoft: "In March 2007, Microsoft Research organised the ‘HCI 2020’meeting at the El Bulli Hacienda Hotel near Seville, Spain. Theevent’s title expressed its key question: what will…Continue
Started by Tom Coleman Mar 11, 2011.
Good evening all,At the risk of sounding like I'm shamelessly plugging a book, I'm shamelessly plugging a book. My book :)Last April I released a book with my co-author, Shari Thurow, titled "When…Continue
Started by Nick Musica. Last reply by Nick Musica Jan 25, 2010.
While I'm only on the second chapter. I strongly recommend this book as a resource for Usability Metrics and more.
Started by Dawn M. Barber. Last reply by Dawn M. Barber Jan 21, 2010.
I've read selling usability and it has a lot of tips on how to get usability into your business. What will work depends on your business. If you don't have time to read the entire book: at the end of…Continue
Started by Margot Lagendijk. Last reply by Wendy Clothier Jan 19, 2010.
Anyone else read and tried to create a mental model using her methodology?I sent Indi some questions when I was developing a model and she actually took the time to write back and provide additional…Continue
Started by Megan Ellinger. Last reply by Megan Ellinger Jan 13, 2010.