Pixels of the Week – April 29, 2018

Every week I post a lot of my daily readings about Web, UI and UX Design, mobile design, webdesign tools  and useful resources, inspiration on twitter and other social networks.

This week’s selection: common UX mistakes, UX problems, creating accessible interfaces, user don’t hate change, AB testing vs Mutivariate, Service Design, a typeface created to amplify the message advocating for gender equality, design systems, how designers can make developers happy, demo responsive sites, native HTML5 modales, CSS performance, Flexbox fallbacks for Grid Layouts, CSS viewport units.

You can follow me on twitter to get a dose of links every days.

TL;DNR the one you should not miss


Common UX Mistakes Made by Business Developers” haha raise your hand if you’ve seen the pop up in a pop up too many times✋

Interesting article




Layers and how to force them” on CSS animations and transitions. TL;DR: Unless you will change transform , don’t use will-change: transform. Use will-change: opacity or backface-visibility: hidden, as their side-effects are less disturbing on average.


Demo your responsive site well” show it in real devices


How to Create Interfaces that Benefit All: Accessibility Testing and Inclusive Design Principles. Interesting read with all of advice on colors text readability, focus and more.

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas


Some whimsical particle buttons for your website


THE FEMINIST LETTERS, a typeface created to amplify the message advocating for gender equality. Each letter & number is specifically designed with purpose, calling attention to issues like equal pay, reproductive rights, women’s health, etc.




Native Modals on the Web Using the HTML Dialog Element” nice demo but remember to be careful with modals, you need a good reason to stop user’s flow

Useful resources, tools and plugins that will make your life easy

#Grid #Flexbox

Flexbox fallbacks for popular UI solutions that use CSS Grid


Sketchize, a site to download mobile, tablet and desktop frames to print and help you sketch your sites and apps


Aww this is nice: Fonts.lol – A Color Font Type Foundry

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