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UX Champaign-Urbana (CU) Message Board › What books would you like the group to read?

What books would you like the group to read?

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Kerstin Z.
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Champaign, IL
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I think Designing the Obvious or Don't Make Me Think both looked interesting, though the latter may be a bit dated.
Scott K.
Minneapolis, MN
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I plan on reading "Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience" here sometime soon and would love to discuss it with the group.

It's referenced often in discussions on productivity as well as UX design.

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