The Only UX Reading List Ever

This reading list is for anyone who wants to learn or deepen their knowledge in the disciplines of User Research, Usability, Information Architecture, User-Interface Design, Interaction Design, Content Strategy or Experience Strategy.

The list is broad and includes books that exemplify design thinking, processes, methods, principles and best practices. Some of the books on this list are over 20 years old, yet still relevant more than ever.

There’s not a day where I don’t find myself applying the ideas from these books. Each has helped shaped the designer I am today, helped me advance my craft. I hope that you too, can extract the same value.

Last updated 09/10/2017

Written by Pham Khoi
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5 thoughts on “The Only UX Reading List Ever”

  1. Pham Khoi says:

    Design thinking, processes, methods, principles and best practices. Some of the books on this list are over 20 years old

    1. Pham Khoi says:

      This reading list is for anyone who wants to learn or deepen their knowledge in the disciplines of User Research, Usability, Information Architecture, User-Interface Design, Interaction Design, Content Strategy or Experience Strategy.

  2. Pham Khoi says:

    There’s not a day where I don’t find myself applying the ideas from these books. Each has helped shaped the designer I am today, helped me advance my craft. I hope that you too, can extract the same value.

  3. Pham Khoi says:

    At its heart, the template hierarchy is the choice-structure WordPress uses to determine what file in the theme will be used to generate the full, final HTML for a given page of your WordPress website.

  4. Pham Khoi says:

    But that’s complicated—to read, let alone to do. And that’s precisely the point of the template hierarchy: for WordPress to successfully be able to use different themes but also make it relatively easy to create and modify themes, a simpler solution was needed. And that’s what the template hierarchy is.

    At its heart, the template hierarchy is the choice-structure WordPress uses to determine what file in the theme will be used to generate the full, final HTML for a given page of your WordPress website.

    Most files in a WordPress theme are actually members of the template hierarchy, and WordPress will choose to call on one of them depending on what kind of information it’s trying to show.

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