I developed a habit of buying a book each month (mostly e-books). Time is passing and I'm trying to read as much as possible. I believe in books more than I believe in tutorials. Here are the books that are currently keeping me occupied:
It was not simple for me to decide to launch this blog or to continue to stay still in my corner. I had to cover a lot of things I didn't notice or be fully aware of at start - such as domain, hosting, platform or what will I actually want to write about and trust me - to write (good) stuff on the web, it's no easy task. Luckily, now, there are a lot of tools to help you get a glimpse of how blogging can impact the community, before you decide to go all the way. Today, I will talk about Medium and why it sets such a great example.
For the last six years I’ve chosen to read only design related books to improve my skills. I’ve kept a distance from novels, fairy tales and so on, in favor of keeping track with the requirements and trends for fields such as User Experience, Information Architecture and Interaction Design. In the following post I will present some of those books that I’ve read and guided me on the right track. This is my list of recommendations.