I'd like to learn more about the product design processes that people follow these days when designing digital products. Something like Scott Hurff's Designing Products People Love.
Your book has been a huge help. It heavily influenced how I'm currently positioning myself as a designer. Thank you for the suggestion, will definitely check that one out.
That's funny, I was going to recommend that. It's not totally in the same vein but I also recently enjoyed Hooked by Nir Eyal.
Since someone mentioned Design Sprints:
I have heard good things about Build Better Products: http://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/build-better-products/
I have this book!
Randy Hunt’s Product Design for the Web is also a decent reference.
Any time I read "modern something" I think of something created around the turn of the century (as in MoMA modern). I think of contemporary as the adjective for of-the-current-time. Is this just me? Did design school rewire anyone else’s brain in this way?
How about Product Design Weekly? ;)
"Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things" by William McDonough & Michael Braungart. Essential reading for designing responsibly.