You are what you read, here I share some of my favorite resources.


Online communities are one of the most powerful source of live knowledge, here are some of the ones that I feed on:


Andrew Dillon

Jesse James Garrett

Victor Lombardi

Peter Merholz

Peter Morville

Louis Rosenfeld

Christina Wodtke


Cooper, A. Navigating isn't Fun . 2001.

Dillon, A. Beyond Usability:Process, Outcome and Affect in human computer interactions 2001

Garrett, J. J. The Elements of User Experience

Garrett, J. J. A Visual Vocabulary 2002

Garrett, J. J. IA/recon 2002

Instone, K . Fun with faceted browse . IA Summit, 2004.

Lombardi, V. Incorporating Research on Navigation in Design Method . IA Summit, 2004.

Morville, P. User Experience Design , 2004.


Cooper, A . The inmates are running the asylum: why high tech products drive us crazy and how to restore the sanity . Sams, 1999.

Garrett, J . The elements of user experience: user-centered design for the web . New Riders, 2002.

Krug, S . Don't make me think: a common sense approach to web usability . New Riders, 2000.

Maturana, H & Varela F. The Tree of Knowledge: Biological roots of human understanding . Revised edition, Shambhala, 1992

Rosenfeld, L. ; Morville, P . Information architecture for the world wide web: designing large- scale web sites . 2a edición. O'Reilly, 2002.

Tufte, E . Envisioning information . Graphics Press, 1990.

Van Dicjk, P . Information architecture for designers: structuring websites for business success . Rotovision, 2003.

Wodtke, Christina . Information architecture: blueprints for the web . New Riders, 2002.