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User Experience Books Free to Read Online

by Simon. Average Reading Time: about a minute.

The truly worldwide reach of the Web has brought with it a new realisation among computer scientists and industry professionals of the enormous importance of usability and user interface design. In the last ten years, much has become understood about what works in user interfaces from a usability perspective, and what does not.

The following are free-to-read books on user experience, available online:

Human Computer Interaction

User Experience / Interaction Design

Web Accessibility

If there are any more you think need or can be added to the list, please leave a comment.

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