Mobile Usability by Jakob Nielsen and Raluca Budiu is a disappointing book with few real insights and some usability problems of its own.
I would recommend Rachel Hinman’s The Mobile Frontier to anyone planning a mobile user experience in the near future.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to get start building web and native-like apps with jQuery Mobile.
This is a solid primer on design guidelines and their basis in human perception and cognition, but for experienced designers it covers mostly familiar territory.
This book shows that, for the most part, it’s difficult to abstract away from specific users tackling specific tasks on specific websites to draw useful, general conclusions from eyetracking data.
This book convinced me that if you aren’t designing for emotion, you aren’t designing for humans. Appealing to users’ human psyche fuels and communicates usability, reliability, and functionality.
Anyone who builds forms on the web can benefit from this book, especially developers working on long, complex forms.