I second most of the titles mentioned so far. A few more:
** The Design of Everyday Things, by Don Norman. . **
- About Face 2.0 (or other editions), by Cooper and Reimann
- Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, by Rosenfeld and Morville. The polar bear book! For in-the-trenches IA task-related stuff, it's worth having on your bookshelf.
- Designing Interfaces, by Jennifer Tidwell. Good as a library of design patterns.
- Observing the User Experience, by Mike Kuniavsky. Great handbook of user research techniques.
Have fun reading!
On Jan 30,[masked]:01 AM, Christian Sosa-Lanz <[address removed]> wrote:
Thoughts on Interaction Design by John Kolko. It deals with the
evangelist role that we all need to take.
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I'd love to get some recommendations from the group on what books I
(or others) should check out. What's your favorite IA or usability
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