by Alan Cooper, Robert Reimann and David Cronin
Practical, relevant and to the point. This book contains many fine examples of digital projects.
by Don Norman
A favourite amongst our consultants:
A classic. This book explains why some products work well, while others don’t.
by Helen Sharp, Yvonne Rogers and Jenny Preece
Very useful guide to Human Computer Interaction and user-centered interaction design. Good for students and practitioners.
by Steve Krug
All companies should have this, it’s written for any job that touches on the web. Short, easy to read and really drives home themessage.
by Randolph G Bias and Deborah J Mayhew
Excellent for client discussion re: budget issues. A good way to arm yourself with facts and figures to take to get usability built into projects.
So, that’s now 4 blogs of rich material to get reading provided by the consultants here at User Vision. Whether it’s an introduction to usability, extending your already built up knowledge, or reference books, I’m sure you’ll find something amongst this lot to help.