I launched UX Lift as a side project in 2017 as a way to organise the huge collection of UX and design links I'd built over the years.
As the site came together, I realised it could be useful to both to new and experienced designers. While there are loads of good resources out there, I hadn’t found anywhere that attempted to collect everything together in one place.
I’ve had nearly twenty years experience working across UX design, graphic design, product management and web development, so I’ve carefully chosen all the content on this site to both improve the craft of UX design and help place it in its wider context.
My goal is to make UX Lift the best possible resource for everything UX and design-related on the web, and I hope you’ll find it useful.
– Matt Kevan, Manchester, England.
Have you found a useful UX resource, article, book or tool? Have you written or made something great? If so, I’d love to hear from you. Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with a quick explanation as to why it should be featured.
This site takes time, money and effort to keep running. I update it regularly, and there are over now over a thousand articles, tools, links, resources and more. If you’d like to help make UX Lift a sustainable project and keep it online, here’s what you can do:
This site is built with Jekyll, stored in Github and hosted by Netlify. The fonts are Plex and Gentium.