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"This is an excellent book that challenges us to think more critically and cautiously about the products and services that we use. It uses psychology as a pathway to discuss the models of attention, motivation, learning, memory, among other things. I think it is a great resource for new & experienced designers."
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"I'm a UX Designer and just started to dive into UX for games. I noticed that finding books on this topic is really hard, so I wanted to help spread the word about the nice books out there. :)"
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Book Reviews by Users
"Just the best book for management in design"
- Damien Boyer, Rating: 5/5

"One of the best books I've read at wrapping up the entire consultative design process."
- Brad Sukala, Rating: 5/5

"Nice, basic overview of the major things to consider when designing or creating a design."
- Natalie, Rating: 4/5

"Very pragmatic book. A must read !"
- Marc Pastorino, Rating: 4/5

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Other Recently Added Books
Idealized Design: How to Dissolve Tomorrow’s Crisis…Today (paid link) by Herbert J. Addison, Jason Magidson, & Russell L. Ackoff
Graphic Design: The New Basics (paid link) by Jennifer Cole Phillips & Ellen Lupton
The Innovator’s Solution: Creating and Sustaining Successful Growth by Michael E. Raynor & Clayton M. Christensen
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