Pixels of the Week – January 20, 2019
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…
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I published something
The videos for my talk on Hello my name is St�phanie and Cheating The UX, When There Is Nothing More To Optimize at Voxxed Days Thessaloniki are online and at the bottom of the articles
TL;DNR the one you should not miss
How CSS specificity works in the browser, a great article that will explain you how CSS specificity works
- Research Questions Are Not Interview Questions: You can’t just ask people what you want to know. Sorry.
- What is your UX process? – great read. That part made me smile tough “developers are waiting until your design is finalized and delivered to them.”, in most case they just start developing and you hope to catch up with mockups eventually. Or not.
- UX/UI Designer Tools – A selection of tools I use during my working days. (and some I would like to)
- Quick reminder “10 rules for better dashboard design“
- Separating Content (by using divider lines). Haha I read an article a few weeks that was advocating against divider lines, because, minimalism. In the end, divider, no divider it all comes down to style, as long as you find a way to visually group content.
- Will Adobe XD kill Sketch and InVision? Interesting comparison, also Adobe XD is available on Windows, so bigger market . Let’s face it, a lot of big companies are still windows only and Sketch can’t target that market :/
- SVG Filters 101
- How Well Do You Know CSS Layout? A little test for fun. With all the answers explained 🙂
5 More Basic Tips for Illustrating” really nice illustrator tips. Copy paste in the same place changed my life
Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas
CSS Grid: Train Ticket #CSS #HarryPotter
Chrome DevTools: The five most popular DevTools tips from 2018
– screenshot all the things
Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy
Jeffsum – A little text placeholder generator of Jeff Goldblum awesomeness.