Nowadays, one of the most important habits for a successful UX designers and product designers is to learn and expand their knowledge and experiences through books, articles, working on side projects and courses that will boost their skills.
This is a list of the best 5 new UX books that have been published in 2017 and will help you in boosting your UX skills and experience.
The Five Best new UX books list
A book written by Amir Shevat “the head of developer relations in Slack”. This book is for anyone who is interested in the designing of bots and conversational experiences.
The book discuss the bot designing process, best practices for designing bot and it will give you an overview of the bot ecosystem and the opportunities that it offers to you.
Learning from bad designs examples will help you a lot to be a good user experience designer.
In this book, you will learn about bad designs and the impact caused from these designs. Also, you will learn and know how to fix these mistakes to build better products.
User psychology is one of the important aspects you need to pay attention to when designing the user experience.
In this book, you will learn about the user psychology and how a simple psychological alignments can enhance your designs.
In the last years not only user experience design is essential for the product success but also some terms like: Product management, product design and UX strategy are essential and more needed nowadays to create successful products.
In this book you will be presented by interviews with nearly 100 leading product managers from all over the world talking about patterns for successful teams, strategies and tactics for working with customers and agencies.
In today’s world, wearables industry is emerging with a lot of products in the recent years.
In this book, you will learn about the types of wearables technologies, how to design services around wearables and how wearables will change our relationship with computers.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
― Dr. Seuss