Every week I share a list of curated articles, resources and tools about UX, UI and mobile design, HTML, CSS, the web industry, process inspiration and more…
This week’s selection: CSS animations and UX, the UX of LEGO interface panels, some smart interface design patterns checklists, making motion accessible on the web, design fiction, some nice free illustrations by icon8, a set of tiny free icons, 90’s video game style tool to hangout online with people, dark mode with prefers-color-scheme, some really cool SVG and CSS animations, different CSS media queries to detect user preferences, etc.
#Now – what I’m up to
Dear readers, this was a supper busy week (well, actually month, since all you see here took a month to prepare). Here are a few cool thinks that went public this week:
#CSS #UX #Animations My Shiftconf talk on Enhancing User Experience with CSS animations was live this week. I published the transcript, slides and replay video in on the blog
This is for my French speaker readers: Geoffrey Crofte an I decided to launch a medium publication dedicated to articles around design, UX design, design and accessibility in French: Design UX — Francophone. Those articles will be curated to insure high quality, and it will also be a place for authors to re-publish articles they wrote on their own blog that are still accurate and interesting for the French speaking UX Design community.
“Beyond screen sizes: responsive design in 2020” an interesting article on all the other things you can query to adapt your website: prefers-color-scheme, prefers-reduced-motion, prefers-reduced-transparency, inverted-colors, environment-blending, etc