7 non-UX books for UX designers

From our special collections. Some books are written specifically for other domains, but are great for UX designers. Here’s a collection:

#1: The Bible

The Message//REMIX: The Bible in Contemporary Language by The Holy Spirit

The Bible? Yes, the Bible. The word of God has an amazing amount of useful information that you will enjoy in your daily work as a UX designer. For instance, stakeholder management principles, ethical guidelines and work morale. The MSG “The Message” translations is an awesome, spiritfilled adition to the many, great translations out there. We also like NIV and NKJV.

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#2: 101 THINGS I LEARNED IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL

101 Things I Learned in Architecture School by Matthew Frederick style=

This is not a UX book per se. But as you will soon find out when you open this book, it’s very useful. As a UX designer, you will be able to apply many of the principles, or if translated into meta, them all. The book has simple illustrations and 1 principle per page, making it kind of a miniature dictionary as well.

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