There are so many books out there on UX. What are your favorites and why?
Wow, that's comprehensive!
thank you for sharing this!
Org Design for Design Orgs, UX Strategy, Hooked, Sprint, Solving Product Design Exercises, and in 2019: Design for How People Think
It's not UX-specific, but it's a must-read for all designers: The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman.
This question has been asked many times on DN. I'd suggest doing some searching around previous posts.
Thanks, Alex. I did a search and most post is between 2-4years old. I bet there have been many books published since then.