In honour of my favourite month (but mostly just because!), I’m gifting three of my UX design books, perfect for newbie UXers or those who’d like a refresher on the basics.

UX Book giveaway

Each book is in great condition and are jam packed with useful information on elements of UX like usability, research, information architecture, UX deliverables and planning your UX work.

The books are:

  • Don’t Make Me Think, Steve Krug – Amazon link
  • A Project Guide to UX Design, Russ Unger and Carolyn Chandler – Amazon link
  • The Elements of User Experience, Jesse James Garrett – Amazon link

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this set of three books is:

  1. Subscribe to this blog by popping your email address into the box on the Subscribe page
  2. Follow me on Instagram and/or Twitter – follow 1 account for 1 entry or follow both accounts for 3 entries – and send me a private message with the email address you subscribed to the blog with, so I know you’ve completed both steps 🙂

A winner will be drawn randomly on Wednesday 8th March at 1pm GMT. The winner will be announced on social media and I will also message the winner directly.

Good luck! 🙂


Design lead, watermelon addict, Leuchtterm notebook obsessive. I just enjoy designing great experiences for people that just work, writing about my craft and connecting with designers everywhere. Find me on Instagram, Twitter and Google+.


    • Hey! Thanks for this! I got you and you are all confirmed for the giveaway! Thanks for entering! 🙂

  1. Cool idea!

    Btw, this got me wondering if the place where the “subscribe” button is located should be called “sidebar” also on the mobile layout? (where it’s actually located below the post).

    I mean, is calling it a “sidebar” just like referencing location? (which is an accessibility no no). Or is it like saying it’s not the main, but a complementary part of the page? (which is completely fine). Not sure.


    • That is a really good point! I guess sidebar references location technically but could be argued that its entered lexicon as ‘the secondary part of the page’. I’m not sure either…!

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