Reading List from UX Australia

With so many books and so little time, a book recommendation from someone who knows their stuff is like gold.

Nearly every presenter at UX Australia had a great book recommendation to throw in during their presentation or in Q&A. Here are the ones I managed to note down

If you have read any of these, or have them on your to-read list, please share in the comments. I’d love to know what you think (to help me prioritise what to buy or borrow).

  • The Courage to be Disliked – Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga
  • The Inovator’s Dilemma – Clayton M Christensen
  • Competitive Advantage – Michael E Porter
  • The Personal MBA – John Kaufman
  • The Making of a Manager – Julie Zhuo
  • Measuring the User Experience – Tom Tullis and Bill Albert
  • The Change Handbook – Peggy Holman, Tom Devane and Steven Cady
  • A Matter of Fact (Talking Truth in a Post-Truth World) – Jess Berentson-Shaw
  • Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman
  • Light – Andrew Robert Woodhead
  • Atomic Design – Brad Frost
  • The Cotton Plantation Record and Account Book – Thomas Affleck
  • Orientalism – Edward Said
  • The Sydney Wars – Stephen Gapps
  • Dark Emu – Bruce Pascoe
  • First Australians – Rachel Perkins and Marcia Langton
  • Practical Design Discovery – Dan Brown
  • A more beautiful question – Warren Berger
  • Lean Analytics – Alistair Croll and Benjamin Yoskovitz
  • Running Lean – Ash Maurya
  • Lean UX – Jeff Gothelf with Josh Seiden
  • Lean Customer Development – Cindy Alvarez
  • UX for Lean Startups – Laura Klein
  • The Lean Start up – Eric Reis
  • Hit Refresh – Satya Nadella
  • The Customer-Driven Culture (A Microsoft Story) – Travis Lowdermilk and Monty Hammontree
  • The Customer-Drive Playbook – Travis Lowdermilk and Jessica Rich

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