Apologies as most of these do not have links.
Books - Best thing you can learn from usually
- About Face by Cooper
- Thoughtless Acts?: Observations on Intuitive Design
- Design as Art
- Unjustified Texts: Perspectives on Typography
- Thinking in Systems
- Creative Confidence
- MTIV Process, Inspiration, and Practice for the New Media Designer
- The Social Animal
- How to Win Friends and Influence People
- Learning from Las Vegas
- Field Guide to Understanding Human Error
- How to by Michael Bierut
- The Personal MBA
- Rework by Jason Fried
- The Art of Innovation
- Ogilvy on Advertising
- The Systems View of Life
- Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art
- Compendium For Literates
- Conceptual Models: Core to Good Design
- Writings by Bret Victor
Design of Everyday Things
- twitter, I follow some cool folks you might want to
- product hunt
- Webdesigner News
- Kevin Rose email
- OffScreen Dispatch
- Your Majesty Co. '10 Things'
- Invision (Meh)
- UI Movement
- MG Siegler
- If there's an agency or company you like look into their socials too
- Neilson Norman
- Visual Soldiers' ArmoryFor new tools that could be integral to your process.
Hey Designer another great general newsletter for product people and designers.
- hacker news
- Larry Cuban Education Design Blog
- The Verge
- NYC Opportunity
- Code For America
Just read design stuff on medium and it'll recommend you things. You can look at my follower's too. To name a few..
Julie Zhuo Blog (Product Design VP @ Facebook)
- Creative Mornings (Meh, but can be good)
Podcasts & Video Series
- 99% Invisble
- Getting Real
- Design Details (Great Interviews)
- High Resolution (Even better Interviews)
Product Breakfast Club
- MindNode, a great mindmapping tool
- Creating easy simple diagrams
- Whimsical for flow charts and mind maps between people
- pencil and paper, I like the panobook a lot
- Understand the structure of a website through a generated site-map usingVisualSiteMaps
- Cleanshot, an easy and better alternative to taking screenshots
- Pixelmator Pro, a better alternative to photoshop when you don't want to spend hours learning to do something simple.
- Sip, the best color picker ever
- Contrast, the best contrast checker out there
- Figma, Xd, Sketch. I prefer Figma for meetings and plugin support. Sketch has great plugins too and an amazing community. Xd works well with all your adobe tools.
- Metatags.io, an easy and pretty metatag checker and preview site.