In a couple weeks, I'll be giving a presentation on UX to developers at my company who work on internal tools. Most of us work in a fairly unstructured environment with no designers or even project managers. I want to convince them that UX is important and give a few concrete tips for things they can begin incorporating into their workflows. If this goes well, hopefully I'll be able to get many of them to attend more in-depth workshops in the future.
Do you guys know of any good resources I can use for inspiration? I'm specifically intrested in things aimed at convincing developers of the importance of good design/UX practices. I'm currently looking at Tog on Interface and Joel Spoolsky's User Interface Design for Programmers.