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.

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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.

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