The Best UI/UX Design Books & Resources for Designers (Updated)

The Best UI/UX Design Books & Resources for Designers (Updated)

Want to be an excellent designer? Looking for the best UI/UX books and resources? Nowhere to go or to gain the right and effective channel for becoming an outstanding UI/UX designer? Just follow me, I have compiled a list of high-profile UI/UX books, which are recommended by the major professional websites, and blogs.The topic is mainly covering UI design, UX design, and web design.

UX design Books for Beginners

1. The Design of Everyday Things – By Donald A. Norman

It shows a teapot on the cover of the book, the teapot spout and the handle at the same side, if you tea, you are likely to burn yourself. What Norman want to tell you, the life is hard, often the “bad design” should be blamed. To learn interaction well, you must understand what’s the design requirements from people at first. As Steve Jobs said, “Design is not just what is looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” The ultimate purpose of the designer is to make useful products, not just good-looking.

Customer review:

“I am learning UX Design and heard this book was a must have. After reading the first 4 chapters I see why it is a must have. Mr. Norman spent a life time figuring this stuff out and does a great job sharing it; thus improved the field of UX Design. Everyone who is going into UX Design has to have this book.”

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