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  • Posted December 13, 2012

    VERY VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!

    Have you heard of UX and want to learn more about the basics, or expand your knowledge in distinct aspects of the UX process? If you do, then this book is for you! Author Jodie Moule, has done an outstanding job of writing a book that aims to be an introduction to user experience design. Moule, begins by defining UX design and considers what makes a great experience. Next, the author explores the problem that your client or company aims to solve with the UX process, and explains some useful ways to ensure your success. Next, she addresses all the research methods available to you, and looks at how to recruit users for testing. Then, the author discusses how to analyze the data you’ve collected from your user testing. She continues by showing you how to use sketching as a tool. Next, the author shows you how to form working models of your design. Then, she discusses why the whole reason for creating prototypes is to test them with your users, in order to validate whether your design is worth pursuing. Finally, the author focuses on testing and evaluating your solution as you prepare to launch—and beyond. The premise of this most excellent book is the need to understand how people behave to make well-informed design decisions that produce a great customer experience for your users. More importantly, the author’s aim was to present UX design in a fun, practical, and non-academic way, so that the concepts are accessible and can be tried out immediately.

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