A Project Guide to UX Design is, well, kind of just that.
It's a guide to how you might find User Experience Design (UX Design; it's not appearing to be up-to-date by using the acronym, it's a known, relatively common term in the industry at this point), and some of its artifacts, inserted into a project.
You could argue that it could have been "A Guide to Using User Experience Design in Your Projects", perhaps, and maybe that's a better translation. The title, itself, doesn't come from just the authors, there are all sorts of representatives from a publisher (including the marketing folks) who work hard to ensure a title "works". (I didn't say they always succeed, but as a publisher they also have technical and development editors who should be making sure it's grammatically correct!)
We're currently working on a second edition of the title--I'm glad you enjoyed it, Brian.