Cover of the book UX/UI Design resources

Get a complete toolbox

Finding your way through the infinite number of resources is not easy, with this book, I present you my favorites. And on top of that it's free, how cool is that?


In a nutshell

This book goes along with this article and contains 8 chapters, in summary here is what you will find inside

The main tools

From the one I recommend to manage data and documents to those to optimize images and of course UX/UI design tools.

Other useful tools

My personal advices for the choice of hardware, the safe storage of your data or project management applications.

Learning sources

The best places for me to learn UX/UI Design, in self-taught with multiple resources or with a full-path course, and for all budgets.

Finding inspiration

Essential skill for any UX/UI Designer, my favorite sources to find inspiration to stop getting stuck on a design problem.

Where to get news

Keeping up to date with the evolution of your field is essential, here I list my favorite blogs, Instagram accounts and other sources.

Finding assets

Having at hand the best sources, free and paid, to find icons, photos and other illustrations, will save you precious time.

Resources to practice

Theory is good, but without practice, not so. In this chapter, some useful links when you are out of ideas to practice.

Finding job offers

When it's time to make money with your skills, I've listed the best sources for finding work, whether as an employee or freelancer.

Let's have a sneak peek

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To go further

If you got any questions, here are the answers

What do I mean by "online reading"?

The book will be accessible on my online reading platform: By getting this book, you will have unlimited access to it (an account will be created with the email address you will use at the time of acquisition if you do not have one).

Why not a simple PDF file instead?

For several reasons, unlike a PDF file the reading platform allows you: to get all the updates without having to re-download the PDF, to read on mobile in responsive and in low light conditions with the dark theme. And finally with a PDF, the layout makes me use a dedicated software with its different modes of operation from those of the web and therefore requires more time for updates and creation of new books. Regarding Kindle's eBooks, they have their constraints too.

Can I read in offline mode?

This is not possible at the moment, you will need an internet connection to read.

Can I read on my phone/tablet and in the dark?

Yes of course, the reading platform is responsive and with light/dark theme management 👍 .

Is the content updated?

One of the main advantages of the reading platform is that it allows me to make updates easily, which is necessary since the field of UX/UI Design evolves rapidly.

Does it make a difference if I take the book in one language or another?

None, there are not several versions, no matter if you get the book from the page of one language or another, you will have access to the same content, where you can also change the language freely.

I am already a UX/UI Designer will I still learn things?

Maybe yes, maybe no, it's up to you 😉 .

But I can find the same information on the internet, right?

Of course, but more scattered and not necessarily up to date. My job with this book was to do this research and synthesis for you.

Who am I?

A computer geek from a young age, I created my first website back when the internet was limited in time and you were greeted by sweet modem music (if you don't know what I'm talking about, you didn't miss anything, rest assured 😉 ). For the past 10 years or so, I've been navigating around graphic design, web development and UX/UI Design.

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