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Informatics Books


Reading list of recommended UX books on informatics. Relevant for anyone interested in human-centered informatics, information architecture, and human-information interaction for the World Wide Web (WWW).

Cover of the book 'Information Architecture' by Peter Morville, Louis Rosenfeld, Jorge Arango

Cover of Information Architecture by Peter Morville, Louis Rosenfeld, Jorge Arango.

O'Reilly Media, 2015
486 pages

Information Architecture
For the Web and Beyond

Information Architecture

Written by Peter Morville, the founding father of information architecture, Louis Rosenfeld, the founder of Rosenfeld Media, a leading source of user experience books, and Jorge Arango, president and director of the Information Architecture Institute.

Cover of the book 'The Mobile Frontier' by Rachel Hinman

Cover of The Mobile Frontier by Rachel Hinman.

Rosenfeld Media, 2012
280 pages

The Mobile Frontier
A Guide for Designing Mobile Experiences

Information Architecture

Written by researcher and product designer Rachel Hinman, the book assists in navigating the unfamiliar and fast-changing mobile landscape with grace and solid thinking while inspiring to explore the possibilities mobile technology presents.

Informatics and Human–computer interaction #

Welcome to our thoughtfully curated selection of recommended books on Informatics and Human-Computer Interaction, tailored for individuals interested in delving deeper into the realm of User Experience (UX) on the Web.

“If we want users to like our software, we should design it to behave like a likeable person: respectful, generous and helpful.”

Alan Cooper , Software designer and programmerThe inmates are running the asylum, - UX quotes