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2024

7 total books
  1. Apparently the 48th A Book Apart Book with forward by Cassidy Williams

    Surviving Change at Work

    Find clarity as you drive toward the next step in your tech career.

    Vanessa Gennarelli

  2. A medal with ribbon that also looks like a speach bubble

    The Storytelling Hero

    Speaking for Powerful Communication

    Steward Bewley

  3. An illustrated word Breath that makes it look like the letters are evaporating

    Breath

    The New Science of a Lost Art

    James Nestor

  4. Illustration of a nose

    Science of Breath

    A Practical Guide

    Swami Rama

  5. Simple cover graphic with 2 circles

    The Creative Act

    A Way of Being

    Rick Rubin

  6. A bridge and a glowing light

    Annabel Scheme

    And the Adventure of the New Golden Gate

    Robin Sloan

  7. Apparently the 33rd title from A Book Apart with a forward by Yasmine Mustafa

    Design for Cognative Bias

    David Dylan Thomas

2023

15 total books
  1. Apparently the 7th book in the A Book Apart Series

    Design is a Job

    How to Be a Graphic Designer Without Losing Your Soul

    Mike Monteiro

  2. Illustration of a person studying and learning with books and a laptop

    The Upskilling Imperative

    How to Build a Future-Ready Workforce

    Shelly Osborne

  3. Apparently number 42 of the A Book Apart Series

    Inclusive Design Communities

    Build the Design Industry You Want to See

    Sameera Kapila

  4. A grid of squares with some hand drawn ones randomly included

    Radically Human

    How New Technology Is Transofrming Business and Shaping our Future

    Paul Daugherty, H. James Wilson

  5. Illustration of illustrated people engaging in various games and rituals

    Rituals for Work

    50 Ways to Create Engagment, Shared Purpose and a Culture that Can Adapt to Change

    Kursat Ozenc, Margaret Hagan

  6. Illustration of a forested sea with a full moon in the background

    Sea of Tranquility

    Emily St. John Mandel

  7. Illustration of a forested sea with a full moon in the background

    Castle of the Cursed

    The House is Always Haunted

    Romina Garber

  8. 3 tropical fish

    Org Design for Design Orgs

    Building and Managing In-House Teams

    Peter Merholz, Kristin Skinner

  9. Big block and shadowed letters

    AI and UX

    Why Artificial Intelligence Needs User Experience

    Gavin Lew, Robert M. Schumacher Jr.

  10. A tea pot with the handle on the wrong side that would make the thing dangerous to pour

    The Design of Everyday Things

    Gavin Lew, Robert M. Schumacher Jr.

  11. Illustration of digital devices with accessibility symbols

    Inclusive Design for a Digital World

    Designing with Accessibility in Mind

    Regine M. Gilbert

  12. Over 40 Million Copied Sold

    The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

    Stephen R. Covey

  13. A very illusrated word that looks like it is dancing

    Design for Belonging

    How to Build Inclusion and Collaboration in Your Communities

    Susie Wise

  14. Illustrated groups of people doing everyday activites together

    The Power of Ritual

    Turning Everyday Activities into Soulful Practices

    Casper ter Kuile

  15. Illustrated groups of people doing everyday activites together

    Rituals for Virtual Meetings

    Creative Ways to Engage People and Strengthen Relationships

    Kursat Ozenc, Glenn Fajardo

2022

8 total books
  1. Illustration of a pink bird wearing a smart hat

    Cultivating a Creative Culture

    Human-Centered Interaction, Design, & Inspirationl

    Justin Dauer

  2. A book cover that looks like a warm glowing fire

    Cultivating a Creative Culture

    How to Build a Community With Your People

    Bailey Richardson, Kevin Huynh, and Kai Elmer Sotto

  3. 1 green parot

    Org Design for Design Orgs

    Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience

    Tom Greever

  4. An abstract cover that looks like a water color painting of flowers

    The Art of Gathering

    How We Meet and Why It Matters

    Priya Parker

  5. Bright bold text on top of a crashing wave

    Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

    A Novel

    Gabrielle Zevin

  6. A man smoking and drinking coffee

    Standart Issue 26

    Rivers, waves, and coffee

    Various

  7. A siloette of a man

    The Fable of the User-centered Designer

    The Small Book That Has Big Results

    David Travis

  8. A siloette of a man

    The Explorers Journal

    Close Encounters

    Various

2019 to 2021

11 total books
  1. A misty scene of a hiker standing on top of a mountain peek wearing a headlamp that is shining downward and illuminating the dark scene

    Think Like a UX Researcher

    How to Observe Users, Influence Design, and Shape Business Strategy

    David Travis, Philip Hodgson

  2. A small golden keyhole

    What We See When We Read

    Peter Mendelsund

  3. The Inevitable City

    The Resurgence of New Orleans and the Future of Urban America

    Scott Cowen with Betsy Seifter

  4. A simple color wheel showing red green bule and white

    A *New* Program for Graphic Design

    A toolkit for visual literacy in the 21st century

    David Reinfurt

  5. A greek or roman statue heading a soccer ball

    What We Think About When We Think About Soccer

    Simon Critchley

  6. A ladder built out of number 2 pencils

    The Gift of Failure

    How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed

    Jessica Lahey

  7. A ladder built out of number 2 pencils

    Hyperion

    Dan Simmons

  8. Just the title of the book in block letters

    Inspired

    How to Create Tech Products Customers Love (Silicon Valley Product Group)

    Marty Cagan

  9. An illustration of a balance scale

    Fair Play

    A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live)

    Eve Rodsky

  10. An illustration of a girl surrounded by carnivorous plants

    Wolves of No World

    Undocumented. Unprotected. Unbreakable

    Romina Garber

  11. A stylized typeface with

    Brooklyn Magazine

    Various

2016 to 2018

7 total books
  1. A classic graphic of the evolution of man except the last step is a man pushing a stroller

    Working Dad's Survival Guide

    How to Succeed at Work and at Home

    Scott Behson, PhD

  2. A classic graphic of the evolution of man except the last step is a man pushing a stroller

    Offscreen Magazine

    The Human Side of Technology

    Scott Behson, PhD

  3. Just big block text that displays the book title

    How to Make Sense of Any Mess

    Information Architecture for Everybody

    Abbyy Covert

  4. Sprint in big friendly letters

    Sprint

    How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days

    Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky, Braden Kowitz

  5. A cover that looks like a number 2 pencil

    How to Sharpen Pencils

    A Practical & Theoretical Treatise on the Artisanal Craft of Pencil Sharpening for Writers, Artists, Contractors, Flange Turners, Anglesmiths, & Civil Servants

    David Rees

  6. A very 1970s looking illustration of a home

    Vacationland

    True Stories from Painful Beaches

    John Hodgman

  7. Three dimentional and pixelated block letters surrounded by human characters

    Blood, Sweat, and Pixels

    The Triumphant, Turbulent Stories Behind How Video Games Are Made

    Jason Schreier

Older Notable Reads

19 total books
  1. Illustration of a futuristic cityscape with digital elements

    Snow Crash

    A Novel

    Neal Stephenson

  2. An illustration of a chamaeleon or maybe an iguana

    Adaptive Web Design

    Crafting Rich Experiences with Progressive Enhancement

    Aaron Gustafson

  3. An illustration of a chamaeleon or maybe an iguana

    Modern Romance

    Aziz Ansari with Eric Klinenberg

  4. A futuristic city, but its made out of trailors stacked on top of each other

    Ready Player One

    Ernest Cline

  5. A cut-up collage that looks futuristic

    The Electric Information Age Book

    McLuhan/Agel/Fiore and the Experimental Paperback

    Jeffrey Schnapp, Adam Michaels

  6. A photograph of a woman recliing and looking up

    The Great Discontent

    Issue 1

    Various Authors

  7. A headless man in a coat and tie

    We Are Anonymous

    Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency

    Parmy Olson

  8. A film reel looking set of portraits of famous people

    100 New Yorkers

    A guide to the Illustrious Lives & Locations

    Julia Holmes

  9. Illustration of a traveler's journey through historical and cultural  landmarks

    The Sinner's Grand Tour

    A Journey Through The Historical Underbelly of Europe

    Ian Thomson

  10. A cover that looks like a secret document folder, the stamp Declassified is on the front

    The Official C.I.A. Manual of Trickery and Deception

    H. Keith Melton, Robert Wallace

  11. Illustration of a runner standing on a trail with a scenic background

    Born to Run

    A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Ha Never Seen

    Christopher McDougall

  12. An arial shot of a highway artery

    How They Got There

    Interviews with Digital Designers About Their Career Journeys

    Khoi Vinh

  13. Illustration of a cityscape with artistic and experimental elements including arrows and military figures

    The Situationist City

    Simon Sadler

  14. An illustration of a nebula in space with the constallations of cancer and Aries

    Zodiac Series

    Beware the 13th Sign

    Romina Garber

  15. A simple illustration of circles that looks like an atom with one nucleus and one electron

    Atomic Design

    Brad Frost

  16. Apparently the 12th A Book Apart title with a forward by Austin Kleon

    You're My Favorite Client

    Mike Monteiro

  17. Apparently the 16th A Book Apart title with a forward by Frank Chimero

    Going Responsive

    Karen McGrane

  18. Apparently the 22nd A Book Apart title with a forward by Kim Goodwin

    Practical Design Discovery

    Dan Brown

  19. A collage

    In the Blink of An Eye

    A Perspective on Film Editing

    Walter Murch