by Jason Hreha
🎈🎉 The Complete List of User Experience (UX) Resources & Tools 🎉🎈
Over 100 links to the best books, courses, newsletters, and tools out there…
This is a continually updated list of the best UX resources.
Last updated 3/17/2016
Over the years I’ve collected a ton of different resources to help me with my product & UX work. I’ve signed up for dozens of newsletters and blog emailers, purchased a bunch of books, checked out some online courses, and have used a wide range of tools to help me bring my ideas to life. Finally, I decided to go through all of my bookmarks, emails, and text files and put of all these resources into a comprehensive list.
- Mailchimp UX Newsletter
- UX Mastery Newsletter
- UX Weekly Newsletter
- UX Booth Newsletter
- UX Design Weekly Newsletter
- Smashing Magazine Newsletter
- Userfocus Newsletter
- UX Notebook Newsletter
- My Daily Newsletter 😇
UX Blogs & Magazines:
- Adaptive Path Ideas
- Nielsen Norman Group — Articles
- UX Magazine
- Boxes and Arrows
- A List Apart
- UX Matters
- Intercom Blog — Design
- UIE Brainsparks
- Form and Function
- Don’t make me think — by Steve Krug
- Rocket Surgery made easy — by Steve Krug
- Observing the user experience — by Mike Kuniavsky
- Design of everyday things — by Don Norman
- Hacking Human Nature for Good — by Dan Ariely, Jason Hreha, and Kristen Berman
- Persuasive Technology — by BJ Fogg
- UX for Beginners: A Crash Course in 100 Short Lessons — by Joel Marsh
- 52 Weeks of UX — by Joshua Porter and Joshua Brewer
- User Experience Design — by Springboard
- UX Crash Course — by The Hipper Element
- ProductPsychology — a course by Nir Eyal & others (and me!)
- Human Computer Interaction — by Scott Klemmer (Stanford Coursera)
- How to run a cheap, fast, and incredibly useful user test— by Jason Hreha (Short intro)
- The Ultimate Guide to Usability and UX — by David Travis (I’ve heard this, perhaps, the best online UX course)
- Usability Testing Boot Camp — by David Travis
- UX: The Practical Essentials of Real World UX — by Brendan Bolton-Klinger
- User Experience Design Fundamentals — by Joe Natoli
- UX and Web Design Master Course: Strategy, Design, Development — by Joe Natoli
- Interaction Design Specialization — on Coursera
- UX & UI Fundamentals — by Bloc
- Become a UX Designer — by Thinkful
- UXTraining — by Colman Walsh
- Become a UX Designer — by CareerFoundry
- Conducting Smart User Research — by Janelle Estes
- Creating Great Omnichannel Experiences — by Stef Miller
- Fundamentals of Usability — by Marieke McCloskey
- User Experience Design: Complete UX Fundamentals Course — by Adam Treister & Pablo Stanley
- Mobile App Design From Scratch: Design Principles, and UX — by Maxime Cormier
- How to Build Habit Forming Products — by Nir Eyal
- Winning User Experience Design — by Oxford Learning Lab
- Design Your User Experience in 7 Simple Steps — by Amir Khella
- Information Architecture with Card Sorting — by U1 Group/Joji Mori
- Interaction Design — by DesignLab
- UX Basics — by Lis Hubert @ Treehouse
- Courses by the Interaction Design Foundation
Need to quickly create a robust prototype of your product with your mockups? These are the tools for you.
- Notable (Zurb)
- Indigo Studio
If you need to get your designs (or prototypes) in front of users, and gather their feedback, these are the tools for you.
- Notable (Zurb)
- Sprint (by dscout)
Want to get a rough sense of how you’re doing? Feedback collection tools like Delighted and Usabilla can give you a sense of how you’re doing on a scale of 0–10 or “sad face” to “ecstatic face”.
- Delighted — NPS
Record & review user sessions
The first time I saw FullStory, I thought: “My god — I don’t need a user research coordinator anymore.” While that’s not true (I love research coordinators), these tools should be a part of every product team’s arsenal.
Bad information architecture? Start here.
Get qualitative feedback from your users with a surveying tool.
User Research Recruiting
Ethnio owns this category. If you want visitors to your site or app to be screened and added to pre-defined user-research groups, this is the tool for you.