UX books about design history

From our UX topics list, here you will find UX books that tell the history of how user experience design developed, from a variety of perspectives. As a UX designer, you will benefit from knowing how things came about.

#1: CONSTANT TOUCH

Constant Touch: A Global History of the Mobile Phone (Revolutions in Science) by Jon Agar style= style=

A book that explores the history, background and amazing development of the mobile from from idea to GSM to smartphone. Great background knowledge for any UX designer, and a very entertaining read.

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#2: DESIGNING INTERACTIONS

Designing Interactions by Bill Moggridge style=

This book is important in the way that it outlines the history of interaction design. A big book – 766 pages – that will take you through the principles, design methods, processes, paradigms and prototypes of digital user experiences.

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