'UX design and usability mentor book'
With Best Practice Business Analysis and User Interface Design Tips and Techniques.
Books aim is to explain basic concepts and best practice around UX design, usability testing tools and techniques like:
- Mental models
- Card sorting
- Use cases
- User profiling
- Interaction design
- Information architecture
- Content writing
- Customer journey maps
- UX design and usability testing tools
- Customer experience evaluation
Good design is a result of several iterations.
I have only seen kindle version of this book. And unfortunately this edition seems to be missing proofreader, publisher and/or editor present in the process. While The text is laid out in a simple form, it lacks the elegance of well designed book.
- I was missing a feeling of visual hierarchy in subtitles.
- Both numbered and non-numbered lists were m-sing intend and space in most cases.
- Title pages were lacking any design at all – just a sentence on the very top of page with image right underneath.
Taking into account that book is aimed at design specialists, I would expect the visual aspect to be on higher level.
Ideally user interfaces should be designed to be simple enough to leave no need for learning how to use the product.