There are so many books out there on UX. What are your favorites and why?
Wow, that's comprehensive!
thank you for sharing this!
It's not UX-specific, but it's a must-read for all designers: The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman.
Org Design for Design Orgs, UX Strategy, Hooked, Sprint, Solving Product Design Exercises, and in 2019: Design for How People Think
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.