beat: The best work you do is the work you find you don't need to do. Learn how to fail fast and save time on projects and product development, by building what customers want... read comments

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

donw: Are must-reads for working with software teams. read comments

donw: Will teach you how to figure out what your customers really want, because it is almost certainly not what they are asking for. read comments

shawn: I think it's a good one because it's a mix of analysis and history. Thiel had a unique vantage point, and he shares it well. It also challenges you to be ambitious, which is becoming a rare sentiment. 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

krschultz: I'm not a startup founder, but I've been in a couple startups. It's really easy to say what the founders should have done (especially in hindsight). This book helped me understand the burden a bit more. read comments

CodyReichert: If you're a fan of 37 Signals and/or DHH, this is a succinct and enjoyable read about their principles on building and running a business. read comments

divmain: I found Seductive Interaction Design to be both enjoyable and highly instructive! read comments

beat: Not creepy at all, despite how the title sounds in today's language. This book is the bible of how to get along with others. It's been in continuous print since before WWII, for good reason. read comments

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