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Aug 25, 2004 1:53 pm re: re: re: Certification in Information Architecture
Kyle Pero
I can only suggest the one that I have read out of those that you listed:
Contextual Design: A Customer Centered Approach to System Design

But, I would also suggest: Observing the User Experience: A Practitioner's Guide to User Research (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Interactive Technologies) by Mike Kuniavsky. I think this is the most valuable UX book I own. It's not the type of book you read cover-to-cover. It's more of a handbook reference.

My reading wish list is a mile long right now. I need to find time to read some of the books I've bought ;-)

> Parvez Daruvala wrote:
> How do these compare? > >About Face 2.0 - Allan Cooper > >Contextual Design - Karen Holtzblatt > >Customer Centered Approach to System Design - Hugh Beyer and Karen Holtzblatt > >Usability Engineering Lifecycle - Deborah J Mayhew >

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