Pixels of the Week – October 14, 2018

Your dose of weekly curated UX, UI and Front-End ressources: micro-interactions, accessibility and colors, horizontal scrolling, readability and inclusive design, modals on the web, CSS grid, birthday forms fields, buttons in HTML, how we interact with CSS, iOS icons scaling, designing perceptions, productivity and much more.

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Secret Super powers of Mobile Browsers – Techfest Bucharest

Today I was speaking at Techfest in Bucharest. It’s a 4 days event around web and technologies. My talk was about mobile browsers secret powers. In this talk, I go through a lot of different APIs you can now (or in a near future) use to enhance user experience in mobile browsers and bring it to the almost the level of native apps. Did you know you could push notifications and provide offline content on mobile websites? That you could access …

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Pixels of the Week – September 16, 2018

Weekly curated UX, UI and Front-End links: CSS outline, CSS dismissal, portfolio tips, a font with bad kerning to piss of people, :empty and :blank in CSS, vector tool in the browser, image compressor tool, performance, what makes great developers, etc.

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Pixels of the Week – September 9, 2018

Weekly curated UX, UI and Front-End ressources: examples of good UX, animations and UX, conversational semantics, design with difficult data, dataviz best practice, CSS shapes, inclusive design conference, designing UI with color blind users in mind, notifications for apps, CSS and OpenType, smart products and gradient inspiration.

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Pixels of the Week – September 2, 2018

Weekly curated UX, UI and Front-End ressources: accessibility, PWA and CSS, mobile forms UX with HTML5 and sensors, SVG and CSS animations, design systems, cultural bias in design, colors in CSS, industry jargon, dashboard design, diversity, inclusive design, ::before vs :before

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Pixels of the Week – August 26, 2018

This week’s UX, Design and Front End links and ressources selection: carousels on mobile devices, redesigns and UX, combining fonts, illustrations for small screens, usability testing tips, supporting speakers, e-commerce UX, UX and mobile forms, SVG filters, CSS scroll snapping and some useful designer ressources and icon transition tools

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Pixels of the Week – August 12, 2018

Your weekly dose of UX, UI and Front-End ressources and articles: psychology principles applied to UX Design, icon font vs SVG, burger menu animation, queer patches and illustrations, small teams better than big ones, elements hiding in CSS, mobile design Android and iOS differences, CSS animated flexbox tutorial, racism in design, facial recognitions as tool for oppression and more.

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Pixels of the Week – August 5, 2018

This week’s selection of curated UX, Design and Front-End links: off-boarding from a company, data visualisation color advice, a video on CSS grid and CSS changes in general, Library for Text and Layer styles in Sketch, product design expectations, CSS exclusions, dark patterns, toggle switch guidelines, xlink:href being deprecated in SVG, free fonts, PWA banner update, on learning vanilla JS before frameworks and more.

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Pixels of the Week – July 29, 2018

Your weekly dose of curated links. This week’s selection includes: adding product features, storyboard and UX, Flexbox cheatsheet, PWAs, UI trends, illustrations, front-end checklists, gradient editor, common design mistakes, CSS pointer events, better design laws, making a better experience for queer people, CSS font variables and more.

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Pixels of the Week – July 22, 2018

Your weekly dose of curated links. This week’s selection: multi-selecting from usability, accessibility tools, SEO and link building, Dark UX Patterns in advertising, interpreting data and biases awareness, UX glossary, typography, service workers, bidirectional scrolling on responsive sites, design system, illustration inspiration, font variable playground, syntax highlighting tool, etc.

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