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24 free User Experience Resources that you need to know!

UI/UX is a very tricky game. As a website owner, you want to make sure your website looks good while also being easy for your visitors to browse through.

The problem is getting the balance right.

Does your website look and feel great but visitors are still dropping off? Isn’t it hard to find a designer who also knows enough about conversion to be able to build a conversion optimized design?

You can do it all yourself.

What we’ve collected here is a list of blogs and resources on everything you need to know about usability and user experience. These will help you learn about the best UI/UX practices and find out what you can do to make sure your design keeps visitors on your website and makes them convert.

Only the highest ranked, recognized resources have been included on this list so you will only be getting the best advice from the top experts.

Stop looking for experts, become one yourself.


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       Baymard Institute

Baymard Institute

Baymard conducts large-scale research on E-Commerce usability. The research is shared through articles, reports, and benchmark databases. Topics include:

  • E-Commerce
  • Search
  • Homepage and navigation design
  • The checkout process
  • Mobile sites




This blog provides online courses and updates on the latest online marketing events and conferences. They also have a variety of stats, infographics, industry research, videos and survey results to provide knowledge on topics including:

  • User experience
  • E-Commerce
  • Email marketing
  • Social media


  1.   Usability & UX Articles from Nielsen

Usability & UX Articles from Nielsen

The Nielsen Norman Group provides evidence-based user experience research, training, and consulting. Their blog articles cover topics such as:

  • E-Commerce
  • Web usability
  • User testing
  • Mobile devices.


  1.   Boxes and Arrows

Boxes and Arrows

This design blog is all about web and mobile UI/UX. Resources include articles, book reviews, software tools and event updates. Subjects they discuss include:

  • Design principles
  • Discovery
  • Research
  • Testing
  • Design processes
  • Deliverables and documentation.


  1.   Useful Usability

Useful Usability

A dedicated design blog with over 65,000 followers that features list-based articles, videos, checklists, usability tests and documentation pertaining to:

  • Methodology
  • User-centric design
  • Testing
  • E-Commerce
  • User experience
  • Conversion optimization.

          Usability & User Experience (UX) Blog

Usability & User Experience (UX) Blog

Focused on user experience and usability across multiple devices, this UI/UX blog offers articles and resources on topics including:

  • Testing
  • Conversion
  • Design guidelines
  • Reviews
  • Terminology
  • UI/UX


  1.   A User Experience Design Publication

A User Experience Design Publication

With over 100,000 followers, this blog provides articles and resources on a wide range of important UI/UX subjects including:

  • Analytics
  • Business and content strategy
  • Information architecture
  • Interaction design
  • Philosophy
  • Research
  • Universal accessibility
  • Visual design.




This blog provides webinars, resources and articles on a wide variety of topics including:

  • E-Commerce
  • Brand awareness
  • UX surveys
  • Usability testing
  • User experience
  • Website personas
  • Product reviews
  • Brand trust


  1.   UX Myths

UX Myths

UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they aren’t true. Targeted at UI/UX beginners, each myth that is busted is backed by a large amount of research findings and articles by design and usability experts.


  1.  Uxmovement


The articles and resources on this blog delve deep into user experience and usability to give you in-depth tips and tricks. Categories include:

  • Forms
  • Navigation
  • Buttons
  • Content
  • Mobile
  • Wireframes
  • Thinking


  1.   MeasuringU


MeasuringU uses customer experience surveys and statistics to provide in-depth articles about UI/UX and conversion. Resources include:

  • Calculators for A/B testing
  • Sample size
  • Confidence intervals
  • Percentile to Z-score.




Created by Google, the Consumer Barometer lets you explore Google’s key usability research findings through charts and graphs. You can also use the online graph builder to build your own analysis based on Google’s findings.


  1.  Wireframes Magazine

Wireframes Magazine

Wireframes provides samples, UI tools, templates and inspirations for web and mobile design. This includes design resources like:

  • Icons
  • Website mockups
  • Design software
  • UI toolkits


  1.   UXPin


This user-run UX/UI blog offers articles, templates, mockups, guides, toolkits, tips, tutorials and courses on a wide range of topics including:

  • Usability testing
  • UI design
  • UI elements
  • Mobile design
  • Documentation
  • Collaboration
  • Interaction design



Curated by an experienced UX designer, this blog provides articles and quotes related to user experience, design based on actual experience and practical knowledge.  



This blog is targeted specifically at E-Commerce website owners and provides step-by-step instructions on how to get the most out of your online shop’s design. It covers all parts of the process from basic elements to shopping cart design and product pages.


  1.   Little Big Details

Little Big Details

Another user-run website where people can upload screen captures of inspirational or useful UI/UX designs they come across. Features a large amount of user uploaded design tips and tricks from all over the internet.


  1.   UX How-To with Luke Wroblewski

UX How-To with Luke Wroblewski

Luke Wroblewski is a popular UI/UX author, speaker and expert in addition to being a Product Director at Google. His YouTube channel is a brilliant collection of:

  • Training courses
  • How-to videos
  • UI/UX conference coverage


  1. UX Project Checklist

UX Project Checklist

The UX checklist lists a wide range of UI/UX processes that any designer needs to go through before they can create an optimized design. Topics include:

  • Competitive and data analysis
  • User feedback and stories
  • Red routes
  • Wireframe
  • Prototype
  • Language
  • Accessibility
  • Gestures
  • Errors
  • UI elements


  1.   Webdesignrepo


Here you’ll find blogs, latest news, reviews, podcasts, tools, plugins, snippets, community discussions, inspirations, tutorials and toolkits for a wide range of topics including:

  • Web design and development
  • Architecture
  • Typography
  • Animation
  • Buttons
  • Optimization
  • Responsiveness
  • Styling


  1.   UX for the masses

UX for the masses

This blog features UX ideas, tips, techniques, tools and practices presented through articles and presentations. Topics include:

  • Agile UX
  • Mobile UX
  • UX strategy
  • User research




Zurb provides training, workshops, library of reference materials, and a design community all aimed at teaching the best UI/UX practices and methods. Resources feature:

  • Design inspirations
  • Statistics
  • Test results
  • Training courses


  1.   247 web usability guidelines

247 web usability guidelines

These user guidelines are like the holy scripture of UI/UX design. This website lists all of the industry standards related to:

  • Home page usability
  • Forms
  • Task orientation
  • Navigation
  • Search usability
  • Credibility
  • Content quality
  • Page layout
  • Visual design


  1. A blog about UX, Usability & Web design

A blog about UX, Usability & Web design

Usabilla is a blog about visual design, analytics, usability, user experience, and remote research. Resources include

  • Research articles
  • Technology announcements
  • Videos
  • How-tos
  • Links
  • Discoveries
  • Case studies
  • Theoretical articles
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Justin Rondeau

Justin Rondeau is the Director of Optimization at DigitalMarketer and leads product innovation at TruConversion. He specializes in optimizing marketing campaigns and digital experiences to help grow businesses and is also interested in user experience research, karaoke, split testing, mustaches, and the Boston Bruins.