User Experience (UX) books tend to be written by and for UX designers. Few are written to include other roles: developers, project managers, copywriters and the like. This book is for everyone who works on a digital project. The book seeks to inform and entertain, showing how UX has influenced history as well as our daily lives.
Rather than demonstrate concepts in a barrage of facts and figures, we will learn through stories. Poisonous blowfish, Russian playwrights, tiny angels, Texas sharpshooters, and wilderness wildfires all make an appearance. From Chinese rail workers to UFOs, we will cover a lot of territory, because the experiences which surround us are as varied and wide-reaching as every age, culture, and occupation.
Tanks, Flowers & the French
Understanding User Experience through Stories
Stay tuned for an upcoming episode where we interview UX expert Edward Stull.