Even though interaction design in itself is a young field, it draws heavily on the intellectual and artistic heritage of other design fields as well as the literatures of information technology and society. Here, I list some of the titles on my interaction design bookshelf along with a few brief comments, in the hope that they will be useful to other readers interested in the field.
Currently 108 titles included, last updated on March 28, 2007. Most recent additions are Arnowitz et al. (2007), Hallnäs and Redström (2006), Jenkins (2006), Jones and Marsden (2006), Maeda (2006), Moggridge (2007), Pruitt and Adlin (2006), and Salen and Zimmerman (2006).