Welcome to the UX Book Club Sydney

The next meeting will be held:

  • The Date: Tues 1 April, 2014
  • The Time: 6pm - 6:30pm start
  • The Book: Designing for behaviour change - by Stephen Wendel
  • At: Telstra Digital - 400 George St, Sydney - opposite the Apple shop

Find out more at our google site - https://sites.google.com/site/uxbookclubsydney/

Follow us on twitter @uxbookclub_syd

Mission

The UX Book Club Sydney seeks to enhance the abilities and knowledge of user experience professionals from information architects and interaction designers to visual designers and usability specialists to augment their understanding for excellence in UX practice, interaction design (IxD) theory while building a passionate local community.

Subjects of interest to this club span design theory, design research and user experience research practices and processes. The books include the strategy and business of design, UX design theory and history, methodology, usability research, and the ethics of UX professionals, while networking and having some fun.

The books

Ideas for our next book:

  • Designing Web Interfaces by Scott & Neil

http://designingwebinterfaces.com/authors

  • Beyond the Usability Lab” by Bill Albert, Tom Tullis, and Donna Tedesco.

http://www.beyondtheusabilitylab.com/

  • The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam

http://www.thebackofthenapkin.com/

Do you have a book you'd like to see read and discussed? Add it here.

Interested in joining?

Sign up to the Google Group (http://groups.google.com.au/group/ux-book-club-sydney?lnk=gcimh) to keep track of news and announcements for the Sydney UX Book Club, and follow @uxbookclub on twitter for updates about Book Clubs in other parts of the world as well as dates and things locally.

 
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