I’ve been pushing to be more involved in the development team/development decisions at work despite not yet holding the title of “Web Developer”.
My company is doing a square one rewrite of our application across the entire stack. I’ve been tasked with helping make large scale UI/UX decisions.
The only thing I really know about UX is “oh that looks nice” or “I know this one application I use and I really like the way it does X”. I do own and have read “Don’t Make Me Think” by Steve Krug, but that’s been a few years ago. I figure I should re-read that ASAP.
Any other recommendations on books/courses/other resources that are helpful in getting a basic grasp of UX?