davidgh: A masterpiece. The age of the book proves it. It is as relevant today as it was when written 30 years ago. The only downside to the book is it will ruin every elevator, door handle and... read comments

photon_lines: Great overall book on UI design which definitely had an effect on how I approach designing user interfaces read comments

combatentropy: This is like the Elements of Style but for graphs. Again, it encouraged me to cut through the hype and deliver the content as clearly and succinctly as possible --- to serve the reader... read comments

brensmith: Helped me to understand the language of architecture. What works and why, and what doesn't work and why. To this day I can still pick up this book, turn to a random page and get lost for hours in it read comments

tejcirkulate: Practical and immediately useful guide to interviewing and talking to users. read comments

CodyReichert: Although it's very formulaic, Hooked provides a lot of good ideas and approaches on building a product. read comments

beat: It's about architecture over time - how buildings change and evolve (and eventually die), to suit the needs of their owners and occupants, and how they deal with the three enemies of all buildings... read comments

mindcrime: Really solid overview of the essentials of product management. read comments

neosat: Will give you a solid foundation into design applied to interfaces. read comments

keithnz: A good book, though its primary focus is more to do with how to work out what kind of UI to build not the specific details of the UI itself. read comments

mindcrash: A really great introduction to design for programmers. read comments

davidwparker: It's basically Lean Startup + Business Model Generation + Applied exercise. I liked it a lot better than Lean Startup because it's actionable. read comments

convexfunction: He's an architect/philosopher who coined the term "design patterns". Beautiful book, got me thinking very hard about how to create artifacts and environments that make the people who... read comments

fsloth: Purports to be about architectural theory but has actually deep things to say about systems design and organizational learning in general. read comments