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Tips and sources for beginning designers

I am interested in user centred design. I practice web design, but I think the design process in general is useful from all fields. Does anyone have a good recommendation for a interesting look at the design process. Possible implementation strategies.

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marked as duplicate by Alan Gilbertson Mar 20 '12 at 0:56

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You'll find this has been well answered here:… – Alan Gilbertson Mar 20 '12 at 0:55
@Alan: That question doesn't really list any books or resources specific to teaching the design process. They're more general design resources/tips (websites for inspiration, web design/development blogs like A List Apart, etc.). A book teaching the design process would be something like Communicating Design by Dan Brown (a different one). – Lèse majesté Mar 21 '12 at 1:12
Another good one (and which focuses on UCD) is Designing the Obvious by Robert Hoekman. – Lèse majesté Mar 21 '12 at 1:16

Steve Krug's Don't Make Me Think is an excellent book on designing web usability.

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thanks I have this book actually, I am looking for a book more on the process of rational design or the action-centric design process. The steps involved more or less. – Anders Kitson Mar 19 '12 at 18:57

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