UX Bites – Small bites of information about User Experience Design: A visual presentation of the most important definitions, methods and techniques in by Gabriel Kirmaier
A book about User Experience Design should be like the approach it advocates: User Friendly with functional visuals that makes for an easy “navigation”, and a pleasure to hold, turn the page, leave on the shelf, or carry in your backpack. This book is heavily packed with small bites of information every UX Designer should know.
The book visually presents the most important definitions, methods and techniques for an easy to follow and immersive experience. My hope is that it will become the go-to dictionary for every designer, thanks to its well organized format.
UX BITES starts by defining the meaning and value of User Experience Design and presents the most efficient workflows of the UX process. It then makes a case for adopting a user-centric approach, while helping the reader master ways to understand their user. Presenting frequently used research methods, and explaining how to apply each, it prepares the reader to take real UX projects head on. The final two chapters move the spotlight to practical tips and statistics every designer can apply, and as a conclusion, it ends highlighting unethical practices to avoid as a UX Designer.