My favorite 10+ free eBooks for designers (and a trick to access more books for a small fee)

My favorite 10+ free eBooks for designers (and a trick to access more books for a small fee)

Education is something everyone should have access to. But sometimes, you might not have the budget to buy books. I put together a list of my 10+ favorite free eBooks on design, information architecture, accessibility,… And there is also the option of public libraries (or universities) to access eBooks for a small fee. Or for free sometimes.

Pixels of the Week – Sunday 24, 2022

Pixels of the Week – Sunday 24, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: my designing better products workshop, making social media more accessible, ecommerce search queries, a fun hacker game, design a pricing page, UI pattern inspiration, LGBTQIA+ inclusion in tech, UX and autism, mode design, multilingual user research, finding UX research participants, should PMs do research?, free public  APIS, plane dataviz, etc.

Pixels of the Week – July 17, 2022

Pixels of the Week – July 17, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: inclusive design, user diary studies, accessibility testing, low tech UIs, UX documentation, communicating accessibility, accessibility for social media, psychology, overlay criticism, fun demo, user research consent, what is a strategy, a fun cat food marble run, how maps of earth were created, sounds of nature, figma illustrations plugin, call to action copy, dark mode guide, etc.

Pixels of the Week – July 10, 2022

Pixels of the Week – July 10, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: CSS gradient generator, origins of the names of some UI patterns (radio, accordion, etc.), touch first cursor, defensive CSS, better buttons, privacy, accessibility, the problem with liked shaped design, UX RACI matrix, is crypto all bad, game design books, zero tracking font host, fun SVG filter, feminist tech principles, design tools compared, keyboard accessibility, mobile UX, etc.

Pixels of the Week – July 3, 2022

Pixels of the Week – July 3, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: some of my holiday illustrations, disability dongle, different tools, iOS accessibility, Sketch accessibility plugin, components showcase, UX and localization, making surveys less bad, Figma text resize plugin, UX job hunting podcast, fun mobile experience, access research papers, Jira frustration, typography, crypto in Latin America, etc.

Pixels of the Week – June 12, 2022

Pixels of the Week – June 12, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: dark mode accessibility, video game accessibility, time travel, SVG animations, React Native accessibility resources, a map tool, navigation information architecture, free illustrations, students cheating, sounds of cats and trees, can I devtool, crypto sckepticism, a game in Word, typography tutorial, etc.

Pixels of the Week – June 5, 2022

Pixels of the Week – June 5, 2022

👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: ARIA patterns examples, enterprise UX podcast, keyboard testing, many articles on accessibility, accessibility playbook, CSS object view box, usability testing checklist, gaming industry, purchasing power parity, time management, neurodiversity and inclusion,  privacy, inclusive experience checklist, protactile, cool CSS and SVG demos, CSS page transitions, typography, psychology, beautiful inspiration, etc.

Pixels of the Week – May 29, 2022

Pixels of the Week – May 29, 2022

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources: deceptive patterns, design for accessibility, ethical design, testing accessibility, UX research, CSS where(), is() and has(), CSS units, dataviz, SVG patterns, accessibility guidelines in material UI, typography terms, font paring, beautiful space photos, a 1 on 1 meeting, paper plants inspiration, etc.

Pixels of the Week – May 22, 2022

Pixels of the Week – May 22, 2022

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources: Illustrations to promote accessibility, stop disabling zoom, product designer process, designer / dev relationship, dataviz, design thinking criticism, fun CSS demos & tutorials, a color tool, Figma background remover, making sens of VRChat, global accessibility awareness day, readability advice, beautiful code and design inspiration, the 2022 state of CSS, etc.

5 illustrations to understand and promote accessibility

5 illustrations to understand and promote accessibility

For educational purpose, I illustrated 5 quotes from my last week training on accessibility. Those are about understanding disabled people’s needs, reaching compliance levels, connecting design decisions and needs, giving the rules of the forms and the compatibility between design accessibility and innovation.

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