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Jimi Wikman

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11 books

  1. Neuro Web Design

    By Susan Weinschenk

    What makes them click? The only book that examines nonconscious forces behind user action on the Web. • • The only book that examines the intersection of psychology and user experience and why people take action on a web site. • Helps web designers and developers increase the effectiveness and conversion rates of their websites. • Author is an expert in the field and has been a keynote speaker at user experience and usability conferences. Why does someone decide to buy a product online or regist

    • Published on 2009
    • 147 pages

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  2. User Story Mapping

    By Jeff Patton and Peter Economy

    User story mapping is a valuable tool for software development, once you understand why and how to use it. This insightful book examines how this often misunderstood technique can help your team stay focused on users and their needs without getting lost in the enthusiasm for individual product features. Author Jeff Patton shows you how changeable story maps enable your team to hold better conversations about the project throughout the development process. Your team will learn to come away with a

    • Published on 2014
    • 276 pages

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  3. Mastering Jira 7 - Second Edition

    By Ravi Sagar

    Become an expert at using JIRA 7 through this one-stop guide!About This Book* This comprehensive guide will help you implement JIRA 7 applications to meet the needs of your organization* It covers the latest integrations of JIRA 7 with third-party platforms to help you professionally manage your software development projects* You will get to know the strategies needed to develop and deploy JIRA 7, along with best practices when working with JIRAWho This Book Is ForIf you are a JIRA administrator

    • Published on 2016
    • 515 pages

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  4. JIRA 7 Essentials - Fourth Edition

    By Patrick Li

    Explore the great features of the all-new JIRA 7 to manage projects and effectively handle bugs and software issuesAbout This Book- Updated for JIRA 7, this book covers all the new features introduced in JIRA 7 with a dedicated chapter on JIRA Service Desk-one of the biggest new add-ons to JIRA- This book lays a strong foundation to work with agile projects in JIRA from both the administrator and end user's perspective- Work through step-by-step exercises at the end of each chapter for you to tr

    • Published on 2016
    • 398 pages

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  5. ITIL Foundation, ITIL 4th Edition

    By Axelos

    ITIL is a widely adopted body of knowledge and best practices for successful IT Service Management that links with training and certification. ITIL 4 has evolved from the current version by re-shaping much of the established ITSM practices in the wider context of customer experience; value streams and digital transformation; as well as embracing new ways of working, such as Lean, Agile, and DevOps. ITIL 4 provides the guidance organizations need to address new service management challenges and u

    • Published on 2019
    • 212 pages

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  6. How to Get People to Do Stuff

    By Susan Weinschenk

    We all want people to do stuff. Whether you want your customers to buy from you, vendors to give you a good deal, your employees to take more initiative, or your spouse to make dinner—a large amount of everyday is about getting the people around you to do stuff. Instead of using your usual tactics that sometimes work and sometimes don't, what if you could harness the power of psychology and brain science to motivate people to do the stuff you want them to do - even getting people to want to do t

    • Published on 2013
    • 224 pages

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  7. 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about People

    By Susan Weinschenk

    In 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People, 2nd Edition , Dr. Susan Weinschenk shows design and web professionals how to apply the latest research in cognitive, perceptual, and social psychology to create more effective web sites and apps. Dr. Weinschenk offers concise, plain-English insights and practical examples for designing sites and apps that are more intuitive and engaging, because they match the way humans think, work, and play. Updated to reflect the latest scientific findi

    • Published on 2020
    • 256 pages

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  8. Refactoring

    By Martin Fowler

    "Whenever you read [Refactoring], it's time to read it again. And if you haven't read it yet, please do before writing another line of code." -David Heinemeier Hansson, Creator of Ruby on Rails, Founder & CTO at Basecamp Fully Revised and Updated--Includes New Refactorings and Code Examples "Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." -M. Fowler (1999) For more than twenty years, experienced programmers worldwide have relie

    • Published on 2018
    • 448 pages

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  9. The Phoenix Project

    By Gene Kim, Kevin Behr and George Spafford

    Bill has 90 days to fix a behind-schedule IT project, or his entire department will be outsourced. Fortunately, he has the help of a prospective board member, whose "Three Ways" philosophy might just save the day.

    • Published on 2018
    • 432 pages

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  10. Clean Code

    By Robert C. Martin

    Looks at the principles and clean code, includes case studies showcasing the practices of writing clean code, and contains a list of heuristics and "smells" accumulated from the process of writing clean code.

    • Published on 2009
    • 431 pages

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