Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: stop blindly following Google and Apple’s UI, remote UX workshops, CSS and screenreaders, UX podcast on how complex surveys are, a method to organize digital information, Mobile usability (onboarding and phone field), Web Accessibility Checklist, remote usability testing, CSS tutorials (currentColor, scrollbar, box-shadow), SVG optimization tools, free illustrations, some fun online art generation experiment, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: form elements, remote UX strategies, remote workshops, teaching tech, CSS viewport units, psychology and behaviour change, the problem with snackbars, accessibility resources, usability test template, design system resources, online video conference tools, books to read, the ROI of design, accessible SVG, and some fun illustrations for your inspiration.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: inclusive forms, choosing the right user research method,User Journey Maps, podcasts and videos to learn UX design, prototyping tool, a:visited in CSS, UI guidelines, CSS links on hover, CSS box alignments, resources to help you work remotely, fiverr is still bad an unethical, CSS gradients, cross cultural design, capital letters readability guidelines, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: stop using material design text fields, CSS fixed header and slide out tutorials, deciding between modal vs page, CSS selectors explanation tool, UX workshop activities, more ethical design patterns, 5 visual design principles, testing other people’s sites, designing for edge cases, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: 10 UX dark patterns illustrated, dataviz and maps, mobile UX with one hand, HTML data attributes, product prioritization matrices, drag and drop usability, qualitative user research guide, mental models, accessibility color contrast ratio explained, accessibility dont’s design tasks in the hiring process, CSS stats, free people illustrations, styling buttons in CSS, is consistency killing creativity, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: mobile UI inspiration, measuring aesthetics as UX metrics, CSS positioning, a critique of design thinking, responsive typography systems, UX workshops vs meetings, design process, a “same HTML different CSS” experiment, why JS is eating HTML, CSS & hover on touchscreens, styling buttons, links, inputs, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: working with UI frameworks, large phone UX, accessibility and neumorphism, progressive enhancement, focusing on user needs instead of competition, design systems, notifications refusal rate, responsive typography, accessibility dev tips, CSS transition, CSS in React components, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: 7 principles of icon design, the Norman doors, design beyond the buttons on the screen, design thinking does not address the complexity of designing a product ready to launch, designing a responsive grid, different opinions about having a “CSS4” marketing flag, Ethical Design book, a few CSS tutorials (line-height, sticky position, etc.), 2 CSS animations tutorials, models of UX Maturity, design system articles, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: resilient web design ebook, UX of textareas, SVG animations, FontsNinja tool, PWA builder tool, 7 design psychology fundamentals every designer should know, rediscovering information architecture, CSS width animation, 19 principles of User Interface Design, 9 tips to improve your UI, UX Strategies for Multiple Devices and Platforms, a list of 300 CSS properties, a lot of dataviz resources, design systems, CSS Online drop-shadows generator, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End resources and tools: the role of animation in UX, stop imitating GAFAMs, UX psychology crash course, finding UX design tools and methods, burn out list, is agile user-centred, penis drawing, a beautiful illustrator portfolio, push notifications suck, timeless web dev articles, CSS multi-ligne gradient and responsive tutorial, PWAs in 2020, etc.