Pixels of the Week – 3 February, 2019

Stéphanie Walter

Senior UX Designer - Mobile Expert

Senior UX Designer. Mobile Expert. Public speaker. Blog writer. Google Dev Expert Product Design (GDE)

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Every week I share a list of curated articles, resources and tools about UX, UI and mobile design, Front-End development, HTML, CSS and more…

This week’s selection: 2019 design tools, inclusive design, UX methods, favicon generator, onboarding process, PWAs available on Google Play Store, a color palette tool, table design patterns, CSS units, CSS cheat sheets fun definitions, etc.

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From my archives


Little reminder, if you are looking for UX tools, methods & activities to solve design problems, here’s a list ressources I use regularly: “Solving design problems: Finding UX tools, methods & activities

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#Tool #Favicon

In case you didn’t know, RealFavicon is an amazing free tool to create favicons for all devices including mobile ones, there’s an option to generate the manifest.json file if you need a starting base fo PWAs, it deserves your love, a LOT. #sharethelove

Interesting article

#Product Design

A novel approach to onboarding” adding a ton of functionalities won’t make your user stick around, find what makes your product unique, the Aha moment and try to help user discover it in a natural way, onboarding walk-throughs might not work!

#Inclusive Design

Exclusive Design a thesis on ” What if we design websites exclusively for people with disabilities?”


Why I ignore the design industry on purpose” a great read on information and design overload. I kind of check the trends once in a while in a “Ha okay nice” kind of way, then go back to the tone of work I have haha. Keeping up is exhausting, be careful.


Why color discussions can be so frustrating and 3 things you can do about it


Gradians and Turns: the quiet heroes of CSS angles


Where HTML beats C? (video) – The ultimate example of trouble from digital promiscuity. HTML is more tolerant than C because it has to be. Professor Brailsford explains.


Table Design Patterns On The Web

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas

#Visual Identity

Branding the women running for president in 2020

#Colors #Photos

I’m not sure how I ended up on this, but it was open in my tabs and it’s a beautiful instagram account – summermayallen

#WTF #Jargon

Fakeit.digital this website with definitions is PUUURFEKT, also thank you for bringing <marquee> back 😀

News in the industry


Hooo YES “Google Play Store now open for Progressive Web Apps


What’s new and what you can expect from Sketch 53 Beta NAMING COLORS YES YES YESSSSSSSS



343: Learning How to Design with Erik Kennedy, with a special part on “why not just use bootstrap”

Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy

#Tools #Design

Moooar tools –> 35 New Design Tools in 2019


Color – a color palette tool that let’s you fetch palettes from a site, check for contrast and different ways to use those


This is the kind of ressource you bookmark CSS Cheat Sheet

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