My Reading List


I love reading, it’s as simple as that. The act of reading is manifold – it can entertain, educate, relax, thrill, enlighten or guide me. Reading works at home, in the train, in the park or on a plane. Written language can make me cry or laugh, wiser or daft.

To share my passion with you and also to keep track of my own library, I started this reading list. I try to keep the balance between fictional and non-fictional books, but there are just to many interesting books out there, I’m also always curious what others read, too. So please feel free to get in touch if you have a recommendation, a question or if you want to discuss a particular book.


Currently reading

  • Unsere Revolution (Our Revolution) – Bernie Sanders
  • The Organized Mind – Daniel Levitin
  • Walkaway – Cory Doctorow


Finished in 2018


  • Goodbye Things – Fumio Sasaki


Finished in 2017


  • Rework – Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hanson


  • The Circle – Dave Eggers


  • Zero to One – Peter Thiel
  • Among the Thugs – Bill Buford
  • Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time – Jeff Sutherland


  • Tod in Venedig (Death in Venice) – Thomas Mann
  • This Human: How to Be the Person Designing for Other People – Melis Senova


  • Die Terranauten (The Terranauts) – T. C. Boyle
  • Lean vs Agile vs Design Thinking – Jeff Gothelf


  • User Experience Revolution – Paul Boag


  • Hot Water Music – Charles Bukowski
  • The User Experience Team of One – Leah Buley


  • Webs of Influence – Nathalie Nahai
  • Lean UX – Jeff Gothelf, Josh Seiden
  • The Humorless Ladies of Border Control – Franz Nikolay


  • Lean In – Sheryl Sandberg
  • Der Fürst (The Prince) – Niccolò Machiavelli
  • Die Tagesschau erklärt die Welt – Silke Tempel
  • Who Rules the World – Noam Chomsky
  • Mobile Design and Development – Brian Fling


  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep – Philip K. Dick
  • Interdisciplinary Interaction Design – James Pannafino
  • Factotum – Charles Bukowski


  • Build Better Products – Laura Klein