I'm looking for resources which are a good introduction for Human Factors engineers to help learn UX methods, techniques and tools which may not be part of a traditional HF education.
I come from a software development background so the domain seems very natural to me, but we have a separate HF team who don't come from a software background. There are plenty of complimentary skills and methods, but often the outputs can be different or ontology quite different.
I've found lots of resources, in particular pluralsight videos which aim to teach UX to software developers but nothing which really targets HF as a background.
Can anyone point me to anything dedicated, or specific examples which might resonate with an HF engineer?