Pixels of the Week – August 5, 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: off-boarding from a company, data visualisation color advice, a video on CSS grid and CSS changes in general, Library for Text and Layer styles in Sketch, product design expectations, CSS exclusions, dark patterns, toggle switch guidelines, xlink:href being deprecated in SVG, free fonts, PWA banner update, on learning vanilla JS before frameworks and more.

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

TL;DNR the one you should not miss


Toggle-Switch Guidelines, a MUST read guide to help you design toggle switch form elements that work

Interesting article



#Product Design

#Front End


Your Friendly Guide to Colors in Data Visualisation” a really nice article with plenty of ressources and tools to help you with colors


Offboard as a designer – Some tips & tricks I (Damien Senger) have learned from my last days at Fairphone as an user-experience designer.

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas

#Fake News

Snakes have legs. Stop being dumb on the Internet. (vidéo)

#CSS Game

Pure CSS stack, a fun game in CSS where you need to stack things

Webdesign news


Evolving the Firefox Brand

Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy


Zooming,  a nice zoom in / out library for your site


Dear Sketch users, we now have Library for Text and Layer styles, this is <3
So I think you will need this tip: “How to replace Text and Layer Styles with Library Styles?


Scarponna and Caturigas, 2 new free fonts by Laurence Vagner

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