Build a performa nce UX library
The elements that make up performance UX are nothing new and there are already some fantastic books out there that make excellent reading for anyone wanting to start working with performance in mind.
Here are some useful resources that will sharpen up your skill set. Designing for Performance, Lara Kalender Hogan O’Reily If there was a book on web design I wish I’d written, it would be this one. The knowledge contained will help you understand and dominate technical website performance. Product Design, David Pasztor UXstudio A neat little field guide on the product design process. Touching on things like; journey flows, A/B testing and onboarding, it’s a good tool to brush up on some more general skills if you’re missing them. Sprint, Jake Knapp Bantam Press A book that is all about solving problems and testing ideas in a five-day sprint. I found this book especially useful for moving ideas through a team setting. Lean UX, Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden O’Reily The experiential performance element of performance UX owes a lot to lean UX processes. Rather than focusing on deliverables, this book will show you how to directly affect the experience itself. Design is a Job, Mike Monteiro A Book Apart Working in a recurring model means you need to manage your client properly. Make sure you understand what they need from you and be confident in leading them. This book may just straighten your spine.