Design and related (UX, UI, Front-end, Typography, Product Design) Newsletters that we usually read, alphabetically ordered. This post will be on constant update, as we're adding new ones regularly to our feeds.
"Learning how others think and applying parts of their process to your own work is a great way to grow as a designer. Writing case studies is also a great opportunity to become more aware of your process." A great resource for analysis, helping you learn and also improve your Product Design skills. Weekly, every Monday. In English.
By Rachel Andrews, it's a theme-specific weekly newsletter about CSS Layout (tutorials, resources, general info). Technical profiles only. In English.
A couple of featured links, a selection of the best articles of the month and some self-promotion. The good news is that linked articles are always "homegrown", from their blog, so you do not usually see repeated content from other newsletters. In English.
All kinds of links and resources, weekly, one of the most generic, but from which you can get really good content. The only "negative" issue is that signing up for the newsletter also involves receiving some individual promotion/partner advertising emails, here and there. In English.
Reviews and analysis of typeface designs both new and old, by Bethany Heck. Aimed at designers who want to discover new typefaces to add to their arsenal, or those who want to learn to appreciate old favorites on a deeper level.
Noemi Stauffer curates this newsletter featuring brand new, well-crafted typefaces from independent designers and type foundries. Also includes high-quality free / open source fonts. Twice a month. A gem.
Front-end contents exclusively, links, resources and articles curated by Stelian Firez and Sergiu Firez. In English.
Newsletter of the popular design blog. It allows to choose frequency (daily or weekly). Some sponsored posts but mostly are interesting. Very easy to scan and very direct. English.
Máximo Gavete's newsletter, weekly, about Design. Resources, links, articles, videos, opinion, tools ... not in a "content list" format, it is a more developed, more persona one, to read (and enjoy) slowly, almost like a conversation with the author. In Spanish.
Our beloved "Clark from Invision" keeps sending us each week the best articles from its blog, "Inside Design" as well as some links and interesting resources on UX/UI Design. The "What We're Reading" section is really interesting too, brief links + job postings at the end of each issue.
The daily newsletter from the well known Product Hunt, "a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations". We like the format of this one: they choose a concept, develop a text with some links and observations in two/three paragraphs and throw a list of related products that can be found on the platform. Also, a "Who's hiring" section with job postings and the list on the most rated products on the platform, each day. In English.
From Justin Avery and Simple Things, weekly, on Fridays. Specific about RWD, CSS and related. Sometimes they include code snippets, which can be very useful. In English.
Five selected links on UX, UI, Typography, CSS, User Research daily, From Sacha Greif. Link title and small description, to the point. Also, you can contribute with your own content. One of our favorites. In English.
If you work on digital fields, the odds are you already know what Smashing Mag is, and what you can expect. We love the brief "table of contents" that allows you to scan the whole newsletter quickly, saving time, since each issue is really long. In weekly format, made of their blog content and also other links and resources. In English.
The newsletter of one of the most influential publications on UX. Really good content, well distributed. I like that they not only share "news" content, but also retrieve useful previous content, in their "From the Archives" space. Weekly, on Fridays. In English.
Every Monday a selection of UX, UI, front-end, tools, resources, etc. by Kenny Chen. We love how the content is distributed in Articles, Tools & Resources, Media, UX & Portfolio and Last But Not Least, with a brief title and subtitle format, easy and quick to read. In English.
The other contribution in Spanish to this list, after the aforementioned Honos, is this monthly collection of contents by Xavi Calvo on Design, also in a more personal format, with opinion and talking about events, interviews, portfolios, books... He doesn't "shoot link", it's well thought and nicely written.