Welcome to the 2022 edition of The Best Designs UX/UI Resources. It’s for everyone interested in user experience design. It’s never too late to learn new things throughout our lives, including during our employment.
Do you want to go into UX but aren’t sure where to begin? Do you wish to review the fundamentals and take an online course? Do you want to enhance your UX skills but don’t know where to start? Do you have some experience but are looking for some new ideas?
You’ve come to the right place if you answered yes to any of these questions.
Getting to land in a new field might be tough and getting it sorted through Googling isn’t necessarily the most efficient method of learning. How do you determine which UX/UI design resources are the best? At suitable phases in the design projects, I’ll share a list of resources with each of you. Here’s my survival guide for every (new) UX/UI designer if you want to understand more about what UX/UI design is and how to accomplish it.
I’ve categorized it into materials that will help you learn UX/UI best practices and resources that will assist you with UX/UI activities. These two categories, like many things in life, make a Venn diagram rather than a table.
Take a look at the list of the finest UX/UI resources for 2022. It contains a variety of resources, including well-known UX/UI websites, UX/UI projects, and online courses.
Which of these appeals to you the most? Please let us know!
1. UX Magazine is a publication about user experience.
A central, one-stop-shop for all things user experience; excellent for training, opinion, and analysis.
2. UXPin In-depth articles about mobile and online prototyping, wireframing, mockups, usability testing, project management, design process, and more. The ‘freebies’ part of their website is a true wealth of ebooks and design kits!
3. The Nielsen Norman Group is a seasoned user experience firm with a large library of ‘evidence-based’ research, papers, and studies.
4. UX Booth is an online publication run by and for those who work in the user experience field. “Anyone interested in making the web a better place to be is welcome,” they say.
5. A-List Apart
This well-known website delves into the design, creation, and meaning of digital content, with a particular focus on web standards and best practices.
6. UX Movement
The goal of this progressive UI / UX blog is to improve the way designers construct user interfaces.
Right now, we’re all stuck at home. If you’re anything like me, you’re spring cleaning, organizing your bookmarks bar, writing letters to friends and family, and maybe even learning something new at this time.
As someone who is somewhat new to the subject of UX/UI design, I turned to Googling and experts for recommendations on where to look for UX/UI design resources and got you all those resources.
These UX/UI resources might help you in a variety of ways. Please let me know what I’ve overlooked!