Sam DeBrule of Journalhas assembled a list of the best resources for product managers and designers (and therefore founders) in "The Gargantuan Product & Design Resource Hub"
"Like most things worth reading and understanding, the best perspectives on Product & Design are scattered across the web and painful to track down.
Our goal is to help you tap into the collective brain of the tech ecosystem and help you better understand how your work -- whether you build, design, sell, support, or market for a living -- fits into the bigger picture.
To truly understand the ecosystem, consider going beyond just learning about the tactics of developing products, and develop a familiarity with the people and dialogue driving things forward.
To help you do that, this post aggregates the resources, communities, and people in Product & Design that form the foundation for the industry in which we work.
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NewslettersIf your favorite form of information intake is the curated type, I've listed the newsletters that are worth making a part of your weekly (or daily) routine.I started with a link to Noteworthy, our newsletter that helps anyone understand the ideas & people that shape the products we use every day.
People in Product and Design
There are so many brilliant people in the space either building, designing, investing in, or analyzing the products that push our world forward.I've provided links to their Twitter accounts so you can keep a finger on the pulse of the industry and be audience to their conversations.
I've included the best blogs from and for product managers and designers.If you care to understand the space, but don't have the time to follow all the people and developments that move the Tech ecosystem forward, this is a good place to start.
PodcastsIf you're especially dedicated and want to plug into the product and design ecosystems on your commute, I've included the podcasts that provide nuanced perspectives on the space.
CommunitiesWhether you just want to lurk or actively contribute, you can find the community sites, and the liveliest Slack groups worth paying attention to below."