Media praise for Killer UX Design

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"The book itself "aims to be an introduction to user experience design". It starts out very basic, including a pretty detailed description of what UX design even means. However, I was confused by the target audience." Full Review >
-- Kathy Brown, www.runningnotes.net

"A great companion book to HCI classics and a must if you are studying or starting to practice usability. " Full Review >
-- Gregg Vesonder, www.vesonder.typepad.com/universe/

"I'm a developer working on web and app design. Many times I use an engineer's view to thinking about the user interfaces and experiences design. But most people who use the product are not engineers. With a user-centered design goal, we need practical and useful suggestions from professionals in different domain like psychology. This book help me a lot." Full Review >
-- Yan-hong Lin, blog.lyhdev.com

"There are quite a few UX design books in circulation, and perhaps it is something that can be partially taught, but partially has to be ingrained in you, intuitively, but this book certainly bridges the first aspect, by being a fantastic textbook on UX Designing." Full Review >
-- Doron Katz, doronkatz.com

"It is vital to understand how technology can enhance the human experience" As a programmer/developer I decided to get to know UX design better by reading this book. The beginning of Killer UX design introduces what is UX, covers different aspects of experience (e.g. usefulness, usability, aesthetics) and puts reader in the User's shoes. Chapters 2-8 describe consecutive phases (Research, Insight, UX vision, Concept and Design) of case study: creating Recipe App..." Full Review >
-- Przemysław Dąbek, cichykacik.wordpress.com/