How do you advocate for UX?
What do you think is the most important aspect of UX?
What tools do you use?
What stood out to you when you last did usability testing?
What do you love about your current job?
What books have helped you with UX and design?
The User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down to Size by Tor Norretranders
Super interesting, even though it’s a bit old, I still enjoyed learning about our conscious and non-conscious minds. [look]
Don't Make Me Think by Steve Krug
Such a crucial read. Was drilled in us at uni. The new revisited version also has great examples from recent years. A quote I often use “Testing with one user early in the project is better than testing with 50 near the end.” [look]
Think First: My No-Nonsense Approach to Creating Successful Products, Memorable User Experiences + Very Happy Customers by Joe Natoli
Oh my word, such a long title, but such a good read! Seriously all the tips you’ll need to build great experiences. I was highlighting constantly. [look]
The Lean Startup by Eric Lies
I mean, if you haven’t read this yet, we have nothing else to say. [look]
UX Strategy: How to Devise Innovative Digital Products that People Want by Jaime Levy
This book really helped me set some foundations for building up a good UX strategy. Good principles that you can build upon. [look]