Articles about Book Reviews

Problem to Prototype in Five Days (Book Review)

Whether you work in a small startup or a large corporation, teams can work on a solution for months to years only to produce products or services that fail to meet customers’ needs. Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days provides a blueprint for how to solve for […] [Read More]

How to Conduct Field Research Anywhere (Book Review)

I have never before taken a “work” book to bed, and then read it compulsively all night. I actually haven’t done this since I was a kid (and then a flashlight was part of the equation). But, then again, I had never encountered a book as compelling, interesting, insightful, complete, readable, and downright beautiful as […] [Read More]

The Ultimate Introduction to Scrum (Book Review)

For many years, “scrum” and “agile” were the biggest buzzwords of the startup scene, growing to prominence as some of the biggest teams in the world adapted the processes for daily work. What was initially a solution for IT teams was quickly incorporated by designers, who sought an effective way to coordinate their work with […] [Read More]

Leading the Rebels: A UXer’s Guide to Shifting Your Organization to Customer-Centricity (Book Review)

A review of Transform by Gerry McGovern. A resource for UX professionals who want to make their organizations more customer-centric. [Read More]