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Top 18 UX blogs and resources to follow in 2019

UserTesting  |  February 12, 2019

Looking for some of the best UX blogs and UX resources to read? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite blogs in the industry covering topics ranging from UX design to customer experience.

UX Blogs to follow in 2019:

1. 360 Connext

360 Connext blogGo to the blog | Follow on Twitter @360Connext 360 Connext is all about “creating fewer ruined days for customers worldwide through Customer Experience Investigation™, Customer Journey mapping, Personas, Workshops, Keynotes & more.”

2. A List Apart

A List Apart UX blogGo to the blog | Follow on Twitter @alistapart 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.

3. Boxes and Arrows

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @boxesandarrows 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.

4. CustomerThink

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @customerthink CustomerThink is a global online community of business leaders striving to create profitable customer-centric enterprises. Major topics include Customer Experience, Customer Engagement, Leadership, and Technology.

5. Forrester

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @forrester Forrester is a market research company that works with businesses and technology leaders to develop customer-obsessed strategies. If you’re looking to become more customer-centric, this is the blog for you.

6. InVision

InVision UX Design blogGo to the blog | Follow on Twitter @InVisionApp InVision is a digital product design platform powering the world’s best user experiences. Inside Design is InVision’s UX design blog, which covers topics ranging from design resources, process, videos, inspiration, UX and UI.

7. Nielsen Norman Group

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @NNgroup 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.

8. MyCustomer

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @MyCustomer provides guidance on engaging and serving customers across their entire journey—from path to purchase and beyond. They touch on several experience-related topics, including marketing, engagement, voice of the customer, and loyalty.

9. Smashing Magazine

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @smashingmag 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.

10. UsabilityGeek

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @justinmifsud 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.

11. UX Booth

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @UXBooth 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.

12. UX Design Collective

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxdesigncc When it comes to UX design blogs, UX Collective is the answer to the overwhelming amount of blogs, posts, etc. on user experience. They’ve curated stories on UX, usability and product design that they’ve always wanted to read.

13. UXmatters

UXmatters UX design blogGo to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxmatters Posting since 2005, UXmatters provides best practices for UX and design at all learning levels. Multiple posts go live every other Monday, which is a perfect pairing with your first cup of coffee for the week.

14. UX Movement

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxmovement 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.

15. UX Myths

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxmyths This list of 34 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.

16. UXPin blog

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxpin UXPin is a full-stack UX design platform, and just like their platform, they have a full-stack UX blog. Their topics range from design systems to usability and everything in between.

17. UX Planet

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @uxplanet As UX Planet likes to say, it’s a “one-stop resource for everything related to user experience”. If you’re a UX beginner or a seasoned pro, this blog has something for everyone.

18. UXstudio

Go to the blog | Follow on Twitter @UXstudio UXstudio is all about building transparent and agile designs and products and their blog is no different. They’re all about UX, all the time. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Bonus: UserTesting (that’s us!)

Follow us on Twitter @usertesting While you’re here, don’t forget to browse (and bookmark!) the UserTesting blog for all things UX, customer experience, marketing, product, and design! More resources you may like: Best UX podcasts 5 TED talks every UX Designer should watch 7 best UX infographics

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