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A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started in UX Research by Lade Tawak
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Digital Compassion (paid link) by Per Axbom
Beyond The Prototype: A roadmap for navigating the fuzzy area between ideas and outcomes (paid link) by Douglas Ferguson
Just Enough Research, 2nd Edition by Erika Hall
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Expressive Design Systems by Yesenia Perez-Cruz
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A Beginner’s Guide to Finding User Needs by Jan Dittrich
User Research: A Practical Guide to Designing Better Products and Services (paid link) by Stephanie Marsh
Design Research: Methods and Perspectives (paid link) by Brenda Laurel
A Pocket Guide to International User Research (paid link) by Chui Chui Tan
Beyond Design Ethnography: How Designers Practice Ethnographic Research (paid link) by Nicholas Nova, Lysianne Léchot Hirt, Fabienne Kilchör, & Sebastien Fasel
The Politics of Design (paid link) by Ruben Pater
Understanding Design (paid link) by Kees Dorst
Exploring Experience Design (paid link) by Ezra Schwartz
Hands-On UX Design for Developers (paid link) by John Henry Krahenbuhl
UX for the Web (paid link) by Marli Ritter & Cara Winterbottom
UX Design for Mobile (paid link) by Pablo Perea & Pau Giner
Fixing Bad UX Design (paid link) by Lisandra Maioli
User Experience Mapping (paid link) by Peter W. Szabo
Practical UX Design (paid link) by Scott Faranello
iPhone User Interface Cookbook (paid link) by Cameron Banga
Android User Interface Development: Beginner’s Guide (paid link) by Jason Morris
Wireframing Essentials (paid link) by Matthew J. Hamm
Prototyping Essentials with Axure (paid link) by Ezra Schwartz & Elizabeth Srail
Learning Axure RP Interactive Prototypes (paid link) by John Henry Krahenbuhl
Axure Prototyping Blueprints (paid link) by John Henry Krahenbuhl
Mobile Prototyping with Axure 7 (paid link) by Will Hacker
The Field Guide to UX Strategy: Turning Vision Into Action by Martin Bruno & UXPin
How To See: A Guide to Reading Our Man Made Environment (paid link) by George Nelson
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