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UX Storytellers: Connecting the dots

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In this free eBook, UX Storytellers - Connecting the Dots’, 42 UX masterminds tell personal stories of their exciting lives as User Experience professionals. The book brings together authors from around the world who paint a very entertaining picture of our multifaceted community. Whether you’re a usability pro or a student of interaction design, whether you’re a senior in ...more
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Published 2010
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Aug 26, 2013 rated it liked it
It is quite huge sized, but some few stories are very informative, almost every scenario ever experienced by a US designer is included coming from various experienced people from the industry world-wide. Variety of insights - all in one
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Mar 06, 2013 rated it liked it
A series of potted biographies of Information Architects, worth a read as it does give insight into their career paths and design processes, plus it has useful links and references.
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