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The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond (Voices That Matter) Paperback – 16 Dec 2010
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About the Author
Jesse James Garrett is co-founder and president of Adaptive Path, a user experience design consultancy. His contributions to the field include creating the seminal "Elements of User Experience" model; developing the Visual Vocabulary, a notation system for documenting user experience design; and defining Ajax, an approach to creating Web applications. Jesse has received Wired Magazine's Rave Award for Technology and has been named one of the "50 Most Important People on the Web" by PC World. His client work includes engagements for Twitter, NPR, Skype, Harvard Business Review, and Crayola. He is a frequent keynote speaker addressing audiences around the world on product design, user experience, and innovation
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Regardless of the examples, the guidelines and advice in this book can be applied to any design for the web. The book is very manageable, starting off explaining Jesse James Garrett's 'Elements of User Experience' diagram in summary, so that you can grasp the concept, and then going into much more detail of how to plan the elements of a project in an effective way.
It isn't written in an academic tone, which makes this an interesting and easily-digestible read in a few hours and, if you're anything like me, you'll end up dipping into it for advice whenever you're broaching user testing or any similar exercise.
I am only currently a student, but I have the 'Elements of User Experience' diagram on my wall and I use it to help plan all of my projects. This book opens your eyes to so many aspects of user experience that it would be difficult coming away from reading it without learning something new.
It made me think differently about some of the projects I was involved with over the past 10 years.