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UX books on methods and processess

Borrys Hasian recommends these 4 books:

The Humane Interface: New Directions for Designing Interactive Systems: Jef Raskin: 9780201379372

  • Rated 4.3 by 66 users
  • This is a book by Jef Raskin, the person who initiated the Macintosh project in the late 1970s. (Posted on Blog)

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The Laws of Simplicity (Simplicity: Design, Technology, Business, Life): John Maeda: 9780262134729

  • Rated 3.6 by 108 users
  • I am influenced a lot by the concept of simplicity from John Maeda, one of them when fixing Rakuten Viki website with the result of increasing conversion up to 115%. (Posted on Blog)

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Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems: Steve Krug: 0884951913790

  • Rated 4.4 by 109 users
  • It's about Usability Testing, 1-on-1 research with users. Steve Krug's only one day testing method is my favorite. (Posted on Blog)

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SPRINT: Zeratsky, John, Kowitz, Braden Knapp Jake: 9780593076118

  • Rated 4.7 by 301 users
  • I use this Google Sprint Design method as the main reference for the process in product development . Incidentally, I was trained directly in Mountain View, Amrik, by his Google Design Sprint team. So if you want to discuss with me about Design Sprint, really wait :) (Posted on Blog)

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Borrys Hasian says,

UX/UI GDE

I used to study at Planology, ITB and Electrical, STTTelkom. So there is no formal education in design. The book about the design that I first read, it was the Designing Interaction from Bill Moggridge. After that I started reading various books and articles about design, while practicing at work. My favorite list is a little, but so far, the books and sources below have always been my reference.

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