I'm interested in reading up on the subject of user research, but can't seem to find a book that isn't in the typical textbook style format. I am much more engaged in reading when the book is more of collection of examples that also teach the practices (i.e. Sprint, Lean Start-up). Thanks in advance everyone. Happy Saturday!
- If you want a book that is more focused around conducting user research when building products, then the Lean Customer Development book is the right one. It helps you build products that solves real problems by conducting user research that uncovers real needs.
- Surely the key insights will overcome the typical textbook style format but they might take away the comprehensiveness. I'm a daily user of Blinkist and I love it. There are books like The User's Guide, Lean UX, etc. that you might be interested in.