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My UX Bookshelf on Flashlight Worthy Books

In July I posted the books on my UX bookshelf.

Then a couple months ago I received an email from Peter Steinberg, a product development guy with a lot of cool experience who reads and enjoys this little blog. He recently launched a site called Flashlight Worthy — a hand-picked book recommendation site — and asked if he could list my UX bookshelf. Of course I said no problemo.

Take a look at my top 10 books on user experience and the next 7 books I couldn’t fit on my top 10 list.

My lists are displayed under Bloggers’ Picks:

and Web & Internet Technology

Now I’m just waiting to get a blog widget from them so I can replace that crappy Flash carousel from Amazon in the sidebar.

If you want to contribute your own list, just contact Flashlight Worthy yourself. And have fun with all your new reading!

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  1. What a cool idea for a site. Readings lists like these are invaluable to keeping up with the latest trends in your field. And it helps you weed out the not-so-great reads before you waste a lot of time on them. :)

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