User-centered frontend developers are in demand. Where do you learn best practices? What resources do you use to learn basic and more advanced aspects of UX and design that meets high standards of usability and accessibility? Which free courses, blogs, ebooks would you recommend?
Let me start with the first few that I use. I hope you will add your favorites to this list with a short info about each.
Great mentor for mobile UX: look at his blog, presentations, books, tutorials on youtube, twitter account.
Ebooks from UXPin
Great source of free design books focused on usability. They also write a nice blog focusing on UX.
UX planet (by Nick Babich) and similar Medium publications
Nick writes great articles on basics of usable software. He is great at examples and his explanations are great to follow.
There are lists like this https://medium.com/interactive-mind/the-only-ux-reading-list-ever-d420edb3f4ff#.xkm2w3haq
They are easy to find but I’d love to hear what you like and use being first of all a frontend developer not a designer. I am looking for smart courses and bibles like Don’t Make Me Think. I am looking for experience shared from the perspective of user-centered frontend developers who have to also find time to develop in code, not only in design.