Undercover User Experience Design is a pragmatic guide from the front lines, giving frank advice on making UX work in real companies with real problems. Readers will learn how to fit research, generating ideas, prototyping and testing into their daily workflow, and how to design good user experiences under the all-too-common constraints of time, budget and culture.
This was the 'cheer-tatorship' winner from the March meetup. It's a guide to bringing a more user centered approach to your work regardless of the buy-in from other parts of the organization, or the budget you have to work with. It's been on my personal list for a long time, so I'm really looking forward to reading and discussing it with everyone.
Please come ready to discuss the book. This isn't a presentation, but rather a discussion about the book and how we can use it to improve our work as UX Designers (or whatever you call yourself). We're going to limit the number of spots available, so only take a spot if you intend on reading the book and attending the event.
All levels of experience in the industry are welcome. This will be a pretty informal conversation, so it's great to have people who's interests and experience is varied.
You can get the physical book from Chapters or grab the ebook straight from Peachpit.
See you there.