Books for UX Designers

A list of books for UX designers, categorised based on experience level, wether you are starting out (or transitioning towards UX), a seasoned Designer, or a new Manager.


I am creating this list for my self (and for you of course) and because is a question I get often from people wanting to make the transition to UX Design. These are books that I have read and found useful. I have categorised them according to the moment your are in your career and the different roles and challenges you may face along the way.

Feel free to recommend new books to add to this list, and this page will be alive and updated when I discover new books that I consider to be must reads.

Fundamentals

For anyone starting out, or simply haven’t read them, these are great books about the foundations of user experience as a discipline.

Intermediate

A mix between process, practical and theoretical books that help in your everyday practice

Management

If you’ve chosen a management path, you probably found out that managing designers is not easy. These books will help you understand better what your role demands and be a better boss for your team.

Methodologies

Some classic, some new(ish) methodologies to create and design digital products

Written on June 24, 2019