Archive for the ‘Review’ category

 

I read a lot of UX books in the past few years, including Undercover User Experience Design by Cennydd Bowles and James Box, and it only occurred to me now that I never wrote a book review about it. Since this book is mentioned in almost all UX Book collections, including my own, it is time … continue reading

The Design of Everyday Things is a best selling book by cognitive scientist and usability engineer Donald A Norman. Originally published in 1988 as “The Psychology of Everyday Things”, the emphasis of his book is on people, and how we, as human beings, interact with psychical objects. Did you ever stand in front of a… continue reading

Next to my review of Visual Website Optimizer, I’m also giving away 5 licenses. Read more on how to compete at the end of this article. But first things first, the review of Visual Website Optimizer. VWO is an easy to use test platform which will help you boost your website sales and increase conversions. Setting up test variations is done in… continue reading

A while ago, one of my readers suggested to read “The Paradox of Choice – Why More is Less” by Barry Schwartz and considered to add it to my collection of UX Books. I bought the book, finished it a while ago and now I finally found the time to share my thoughts. Barry Schwartz wrote an interesting book with a central argument: does the increasing amount of choice in … continue reading

What can I tell you, I just love to read about web design. Because I could spend a small fortune on books, I find it very useful and wise to read a few reviews before I actually buy a book. Instead of spending my time looking for the next purchase, I thought I’d write a review for a change… continue reading