10 essential interaction design books to take you from zero to interaction design hero

Whether you’re an aspiring Interaction Designer, UX/UI Designer, or even a Product Manager, it’s important to know the fundamentals of interaction design to be able to serve your users better. In fact, one of the most important aspects of UX design is interaction design (IXD), which aims to create meaningful relationships between users and interfaces.Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design

Grounding yourself with a strong background in usability design principles, user-centered design, information architecture and sketching and wireframing is only going to strengthen your UX skillset. And while there are plenty of design tools that will help you develop these skills – such as Justinmind – it’s worth investing some time (and some cash) in what the experts have to say.

Lucky for all you budding designers, there are plenty of resources available to help you understand the theory behind interaction design. And to make sure you start off on the right foot, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 interaction design books. Let’s begin!Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design Interaction Design

10 interaction design books to make you an IXD pro

#1 The Design of Everyday Things (Donald A. Norman)

“Two of the most important characteristics of good design are discoverability and understanding.”

At the top of our interaction design reading list we have Don Norman’s ‘The Design of Everyday Things’ – a great introduction to the discipline of interaction design.

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