Mobile Web Programming have a nice list of official UI guidelines for popular devices, which is pretty cool as I can’t stand apps that don’t follow the expected design patterns.
Have a look – UI Guidelines for mobile and tablet web app design
They’ve missed out the Windows Phone 7 UI Design and Interaction Guide
A Project Guide to UX Design (Amazon)
For UX Designers in the Field or in the Making
Just ordered A Project Guide to UX Design from Amazon as it seems to be the second most recommended UX book after Steve Krug’s Don’t Make Me Think! (which if you haven’t read, read.).
Site Seeing! A roundup of sites I’ve found interesting..
I satirical look at the awful inconsistencies within the Adobe Creative Suite..
Wordoid is kind of a dare I say it Web 2.0 name generator but creates natural sounding words, it’s a little slow though as it looks up each results domain availability.
‘Five second tests help you easily identify the most prominent elements of your user interfaces.’
With each test lasting just ..5 seconds, you upload a screenshot of your webpage which can be either a memory or a click test, it’s a great way of getting some quick feedback.
tip: upload your image at a resolution of 916 x 640 or else it gets cropped.
oh, and here’s a great song: Heart Skipped a Beat – The xx (spotify)