As a newish discipline, User Experience Design (UXD) is influenced by business, psychology, architecture and cultural anthropology. Last week Ryan Zimmerman mentioned the cultural anthropology aspect of it. I know a smart lady Bini Dodda recently migrated from eight years in architecture to UX. Back in 2014 Seth Owings and I talked about how psychology played a part in good UXD. Whereas I used to see UX as a blending of business subject matter experts (SME) and design, I now see it from a broader picture. Which got thinking about what non-UX books you could learn UX from and wanted to share some of what I found with you.