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I often work on dashboards, internal tools and web apps with a LOT of complex data to display. Most of the time, that data is displayed in different forms and variations of tables. From basics and specific table patterns to enterprise app tables tips and fitting big tables with a lot of content in any screen, I put together a list of resources and blog posts that will help you design complex tables with a lot of data and interactions.
My personal selection of the best book on UX design, user research, psychology, UI and web design, ethics, creativity, mobile and responsive web design, accessibility, collaboration, strategy, management and more. I ordered the list in different categories to help you go through and update the list regularly.
Yeah I know, RSS is sooo 2000. Yet, I still think it’s one of the best format if you want to keep up to date in our industry. So here is basically the export of my Feedly feed with all the UX related blogs and people I follow. Those are listed in alphabetic order. I hope they will help you get started an progress in the user research and user experience design field. You can download an .opml file at the end of the article to directly import those to your RSS reader.
There’s some environments where a designer’s toolbox can be quite limited. In this article, I list the cloud/online tools related to user research, design and designer/developer relationship I like to use (when I can). I give some local/self-hosted/free alternatives for: user flows, card sorting, surverys and polls, interactive prototyping, feedback sessions on mockups and documentation, collaboration with developers and handoffs, design system documentation and user data analytics. I also give some tips and tricks on how to “hack” the tools you usually have in those companies (like the Microsoft Office ones) to still be able to do your job as a designer. Welcome to the Pragmatic Designer Guide. Also known as: “how to still do efficient user research, UI design and collaborate when you can’t use Figma, Invision and all the fancy new cloud design tools because you are working for banks, insurance and other institutions”.
This content is 2 years old. Remember that the following content might be outdated.Happy new year people! Today I want to talk to you about a great tool for all the typography enthousiast designers out there: Fonts Ninja. This tool offers a Chrome extension that lets you inspect and discover the fonts used on any website and a macOS app that acts as a font manager tool to active and try those fonts within your design tools before buying them. …
This content is 4 years old. Remember that the following content might be outdated.In 2018, I’ve decided to write more quick small posts to share small ressources, tips and tricks that help me in my daily workflow. This is the first of them and one of my favorite quick tip in Sketch. You may know that you can nest symbols in other symbols and override them. You can also override text content. But when you play the inception symbol game, …