Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: user interviews, worse user research ideas ever, an opinion that bad designer hiding behind the term “UX”, designer vs corporation, turning into design leaders, a few articles on accessibility, 2 articles on online harassment and power dynamics, a great read on shifting ethics of softwares, a nice variable font, do we still need responsive design, CSS animations, :empty selector, the guardian digital styleguide, native lazy-loading for the web, voice notepad tool, mobile inspiration, etc.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: the invisible majority of developers, a bill to regulate addictive design patterns, accessibility law-suite, truths about digital accessibility, fast softwares and quality perception, dataviz styleguides, video recording tool, Facebook tracking, science fiction interfaces, user flows inspiration, a printable mobile mockups generator, a fake news game, a blogging platform, gradient gallery, 3 free ebooks (on UI design and on HTML and productivity), 2 pastel amazing websites and there’s also a collection of butts and penises this week.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: amazing chameleon pen animations, women in STEM Role Models Poster, user research with vulnerable users, staying up to date in UX, challenges with single toggle buttons, dark UI guidelines, CSS :not() , CSS animations, podcast tool, the geopolitical story behind the .io, basics of command line in video, Shape detection API, a tarot bot for silly predictions in the industry, techbro terms explained, accessibility and more.
Once in a while, Myriam pretends she’s a Web curator and shares a list of articles that she thought were interesting, hilarious or practical: is you boss spying on your slack DMs, pop-design, comprehensive intro to dark patterns, women in business, it’s about respect first, interview tips, a comprehensive list of UX clichés, how to not be a asshole designer and more.
It was a great honour for me to be invited to the first CSSCamp Barcelona ever. I had an amazing day and learned a lot about CSS, but also how to build inclusive design systems, about SVG animations, Houdini, accessibility and aria-live areas, performance and so much more. The slides of my talk are online and the video will be soon.
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: better search, UX instagram accounts to follow, nested SVGs, ad-tech industry, watching Netflix at work, CSS clip-path, list makers and counters, open source guides, a diversity guide, typography game, a cognitive biases, etc.
Grid Layout is an amazing set of CSS properties that will let you specify a grid layout system for you site with rows, columns and place your content accordingly. Pretty cool, right? The syntax might be a little bit complex to learn if you come from good old floats, so here are some fun games, cheatsheets, visual playgrounds, generators and tutorials to help you learn and master everything you need to know about Grid Layout. Enjoy!
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: bringing personal websites back, design frustrations, user journeys compliant with GDPR, onboarding mistakes, UX and product design recruitment, portfolio advice, UX design process, e-commerce dark patterns, mental models, 3 ebooks to read, dataviz, Variable Fonts for developers, design systems, awesome things HTML can do, CSS focus-within the idea of a “now” page, illustrations, Soffa font, color palette tool, Illustrator pattern tutorial, icons design, playing with synths in the browser
Published on 23 June 2019 in Weekly Useful Links - Comments Off on Pixels of the Week – June 23, 2019
Your weekly curated UX, UI Design and Front-End ressources and tools: accessibility and typography, signs of low UX maturity, some inspirational UX cards, responsive menus, form required fields, mobile prototyping tool, CSS tables, a satire of the new HTML element, UI frameworks and user experience, the state of CSS 2019, mobile UX and illustrations, cognitive biases, conducting usability testing, etc.
Published on 19 June 2019 in My Talks & Workshops - Comments Off on Pretty, but not Usable – CSSDay 2019 UI Special
I gave a talk at CSSDay Amsterdam for the UI special call “Pretty but not Usable”. This talk is based on my years of experience working with dev teams that used Bootstrap, Material UI, Ant, PrimeNG, iOnic, etc to build the projects. I share my experience and process, some design/dev relations tips to help people build a user centric product while working with a UI framework. This whole process is only possible with a lot of communication between the dev and design team. Because this kind of project is not a dev only project, designers needs to be involved in the early stages.