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In that case, a few more things.

https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Make-Think-Revisited-Usability/d... http://webtypography.net/

You'll probably want to do some reading on common components of design such as color, spacing/negative space/white space, grids, typography.

I feel like even experienced designers can have trouble coming up with something that will work on phones, tables, and various desktop/laptop screen sizes all at once. I'd pick one platform to target initially, get something working there, and then see about the others later; otherwise, you're taking something you already aren't practiced at and multiplying your difficulty several times.

Here's another design book I like and which is more in the direction of case studies, but the material (dashboards) is very specific and might not be useful to you - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1938377001/




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