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While A List Apart previously focused on standards-based web design, their articles now provide information for all “people who make websites.” Their topics span a variety of categories from CSS techniques to UX to business.
To quote Abraham Lincoln, UX “by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” Ok, maybe he didn’t reference UX, but UX Booth sure does. Their content is for beginner to intermediate UX and UI designers and a new post goes live every Tuesday.
Luke Wroblewski is an expert and leader in the mobile design industry, and his site includes conference notes, user experience how-to videos, and general UX articles. Luke typically has notes on at least one conference a month, and also has an extensive library with each of his how-to videos.
Posting since 2005, UXmatters provides best practices for UX and design at all learning levels. Multiple posts go live every Monday, which is a perfect pairing with your first cup of coffee for the week.
Designmodo is focused on both web design and development. With tutorials, giveaways, and inspirational content, this site has something for everyone in the designer and developer communities.
The Usability Post dives into the latest web trends, with articles ranging from icons to typography to UI concepts. The archives date back to 2008, so you’ll have plenty of reading material.
UX Movement’s goal is to share “how good and bad interface design practices affect user behavior.” Wander over to their site for articles on design techniques and the user experience.
Wireframes Magazine publishes articles about IA resources. From software to podcast suggestions, you’ll be sure to find new resources to add to your tool kit.
While this blog ran from 2010 to 2011, it contains timeless discussions around UI and UX. We highly recommend digging through the archives for insights on design and human behavior from the former Principal Designer at Twitter.
We love Smashing Magazine–especially their UX Design category. Their articles are extremely in-depth, and provide something new for even the most experienced UX pro. We highly recommend adding Smashing Magazine to your must-read list.
Boxes and Arrows has the goal of improving the design of information architecture. Their topics include UX, business, research, and design. Check out their site for new content every other week.
This list of 32 myths about user experience aims to correct misconceptions. With articles and resources for both UX professionals and stakeholders, this is a great site to bookmark.
This quantitative research firm’s blog is full of articles related to usability testing and UX topics. Head to their site every Tuesday for a new insightful article.
Usabilla is a Dutch company with a focus on UX and user feedback. Their blog includes articles on user engagement, design, and UX research.
UsabilityGeek is a comprehensive site that gives practical advice on UX, UI design, ecommerce, business, and conversion. New posts launch every Monday and Wednesday, so be sure to add them to your weekly routine.
The Nielsen Norman Group is a trusted authority on all things related to usability. Luckily for you, they’ve posted many of their insights in their blog. Check in regularly for expert UX news and tips.
If you’re looking for a design-focused site, head to Digital Telepathy. They aim to “promote the betterment of the web through design and craft.” Here, you’ll find plenty of inspiration.
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