What are you reading?


#21

Since I’ve been here, I’ve started to see almost everything as design related. So, the universe is obviously telling you that you have an expansive and receptive mind. :slight_smile:


#22

Ian Armstrong, currently with Dell EMC is writing all kinds of good stuff.


#23

Don’t forget The Monster List of UX Books, https://airtable.com/universe/expqM3OWZoJkjl7wy/monster-list-of-ux-books?explore=true.


#24

Just started reading Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Sapolsky, Robert M.. Interesting insights so far. I hope it’s gonna be a good read.


#25

Just bought this book and I am eagerly waiting to get insights too. :slight_smile:


#26

How far into it are you? I have no background in science, and it’s taking me forever to get through the initial chapters :sweat_smile: I heard from some reviews that the interesting parts starts from chapter 6 onwards.


#27

I haven’t started reading yet but I am gonna start reading it today. For me reading a book is a challenge and huge pain cause I never like to read e-books. So, I bought paperback so that I can actually enjoy it.

I have no background in Science either. I am an art student :stuck_out_tongue:

What about you? How far did you go?


#28

The first 5 chapters are really really technical. But 6 onwards presents some really good insights. I’m only halfway but it’s get interesting. I think it’s good to read something outside of our expertise, so just power through and good luck! hahaha.


#29

Thug you are.


#30

For us old people out there, “thug you are” is a good thing, right?