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.
gridless.design, a manifesto to get rid of grids! I don’t work with grids but more with fluid width, intrinsic design, blocs divided into smaller blocs and spacings, so this essay on griddles design resonated a lot with the way I design
“A better segmented control” by Runi Goswami. I really like this little flowchart to help decide what component should work the best
A Guide to Keeping Users Engaged While They Wait: An interesting study conducted on users waiting for their ID to be uploaded. Informing the users of what is going one while they have to wait resulted into a + positive experience and reduced frustration, even if scan failed.
Everyday Accessibility, from our usage of social media to document tools (Word, PowerPoint) and audio / video usage and production, there’s a lot of small things we can do to make what we share more accessible
Dominic Kesterton is an artist and illustrator from the UK. His signature style revolves around a balance of considered line work with bold and limited colour palettes.Visit the website and instagram account.
A list of beautiful open source typefaces ordered in serif, sans-serif, display, monospaced categories and some ideas on how to pair them in case you are looking for font inspiration for your next project (by @ubuwaits)
YouTube Regrets, a study done by Mozilla to understand how harmful the Youtube recommendations can be.