Every day, I share on twitter and LinkedIn a list of curated articles I read, resources and tools about UX Design, User Research, UI and mobile design, HTML, CSS, the web industry, some process, some inspiration, etc. This is an archive of everything I shared this week.
#Now – what I’m up to
This week I gave a talk on performance and designing the “forgotten” cases for we love speed. Here’s a “behind the scene” screenshot, getting ready for the Q and A. Am I listening to KDA and to my own talk to answer the questions? Maybe… That’s kind of the “nice” part of pre-recording you talk: you can answer questions on the slack while they broadcast it. Sounds like we finally found a way to clone me, my boss will be happy 😀
Pika is a cool open source color picker for mac that also lets you compare colors to quickly confirm WCAG compliance. It has different color spaces, keyboard shortcuts and more. I love it. Created by Charlie Gleason (@superhighfives)
“CSS Frameworks, hype and dogmatism” by Andy Bell (@piccalilli_) a great article on personal preferences when it comes to tools, dogmatism, “if it works it is right” and all the hot drama around Tailwind
“The diminishing returns on UX bootcamps” an interesting analysis from Yichen He on why it is not easy to find a job after a UX bootcamp (while it used to be easier 5 years ago). It’s nice to see more and more voices on that topic.