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I have to say that this book is a complete breath of fresh air:
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Laura says this book is for entrepreneurs and decision makers and this is true. I often give this book to my entrepreneur friends and business partners. The world would be a much better place if every entrepreneur read this book at least once.
So, it’s great for non-designers and I often recommend to kick-off learning about UX with this book because you’ll get a sense of how it works in real life and how exciting working with users is. You’ll have plenty of time to gain deeper academic knowledge of UX later.
I’ve had great experience in UX and with digital products but when I read this book I found I still learnt a lot of new techniques. At Webabstract, it’s a must read for every designer:)
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