Knowing where to find high quality Interaction Design content can be a challenge - so we’ve put together this ‘starters’ page for you.
We recommend you use an RSS reader (such as Google Reader) to consume content, otherwise you’ll find it hard to keep up to date. If you’re more of a Twitter person, then you might find it useful to monitor the #IxD or #UX hashtag on twitter, or follow twitter bot such as @uxfeeder, or follow a list like @iA/UX. If you prefer a minimal fuss approach, why not just visit
90percentofeverything.com: A blog about User Experience Design, Research and Usability, by Harry Brignull.
Looks good works well: An interaction design blog by Bill W Scott, Director of UI Engineering at Netflix
Cennydd Bowles on User Experience: Cennydd is co-author of the book Undercover User Experience Design.
Findability.org: A blog about IA, UX and findability by Peter Morville
Disambiguity.com: A blog about User Experience by Leisa Reichelt.
uxurls.com: a one-page blog aggregator, containing dozens of interaction design blogs.
Johnny Holland: “It’s all about interaction” is their tagline.
UX Mag: A popular industry online magazine
UX Booth: Another well known magazine, somewhat more web focussed.
52 Weeks of UX: A great collection of essays written by thought leaders in the industry.
Boxes and Arrows: dedicated to interaction design and information architecture.
IxD on Youtube: search results for the most recent interaction / experience design videos on youtube.
IA Television: A collection of Information Architecture videos, curated by Jan Jursa.
Stanford University’s HCI seminars: video podcasts available on iTunes U.
Delicious.com: popular items tagged ‘Interaction Design’
UXmarkz: a collection of hand picked bookmarks
Design Pattern Libraries
Pattern Tap: A collection of interface design solutions from all over the web, where users can mark patterns they like, and learn from other's design solutions.
Yahoo! Design Patterns Library: one of the most well known pattern libraries on the web
UI Patterns: recurring solutions that solve common design problems
Dark Patterns: a library of ‘evil’ user interfaces intended to boost conversion rates by deceiving and manipulating users.