Best books about agile UX

From our topics list, here’s a list of the best books about agile UX.

#1: The User Experience Team of One

The User Experience Team of One: A Research and Design Survival Guide by Leah Buley style=

Very often, a UX designer works alone, as a “Team of One” in a large organization that has decided to invest in the position, but not create an entire team. Do not despair! In this lightweight and practical book you will find useful methods and practices that are useful for a UX designer in this position. When the UX designer acts as a “lone wolf”, an agile and collaborative approach to the design work is needed. This popular book is a great guide to how.

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#2: Lean UX

Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience by Gothelf

The UX designer of 2016 and forward has to be agile. It is required that the he or she is able to design interactions in a agile landscape of new user feedback, changing requirements and quick development iterations. This book teaches about this new reality, and draws inspiration from Lean and Agile development theories. This is “Lean UX”. Through this book, you will see how to collaborate closely with other members of the product team, and how to gather feedback from users early in the design stage, and as often as possible. This makes you able to design UX in short, iterative cycles for the final benefit of the user.

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