Welcome to UX Book Club Sydney!

Voting is open for the next book for UX book club


Thank you to those who came to the UX Book Club in June. It was a great evening at our new venue ELMO Software, with lots of interesting discussion and experience sharing taking place.


With 13 people in attendance we found the fishbowl facilitation format really worked to keep the conversation going in a more meaningful and equitable way. We will definitely use it again!


We have 3 books selected for the next event on Tuesday 3rd August. Please use the link to vote and we'll announce the winning book this Friday (18 June).



The books are available on Amazon for quick delivery and have Kindle and Audible* options (except - Teressa's new book).


FYI Lean UX was suggested as a book to vote on, but given that the 3rd edition will be released in August, we thought that we would hold off until it is available.


Here are some pics from the last event to get you excited.

For those that haven't met the new organisers, here are our mug shots so you know who to look out for on the night.

Meetup details:

The next get together is Tuesday 3rd August from 6:00pm - 8:30pm

The venue, kindly provided by our new sponsors ELMO Software, is on Level 27, 580 George St.

Get in touch

Duncan Heuer Eoin Murphy and Ed Wylie organise this group.

We use the UX Book Club Sydney Google group to let you know what we are up to. For regular updates, send an email to uxbookclub.syd@gmail.com or and we'll add you to our mailing list.

You can also join our Facebook Group.

Alternatively, you can chat with us on @UXbookclub_SYD.


What is it all about?

Between 10 and 30 people turn up every two months to discuss a book about user experience design. It is a fun, friendly and relaxed event where you can meet other people working in the industry. The books are mostly about pure UX but sometimes we have a little fun and read something that relates to design but is not just about design.

There are heaps of meetups about UX - the bookclub is special because we get to slow things down a little and talk with each other.

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