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…
This week’s selection: portfolio tips, UX and GDPR, building an accessible color palette, cognitive biases, illustrator global swatches, CSS animations Jumps, accessibility as design tool, demystifying accessibility, CSS Custom Properties, failing at accessibility, WebAIM million site accessibility analysis, stock photo generator, CSS selectors game, etc.
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I co-animated a workshop
#UX #Cognitive Biases
This week, Laurence Vagner and I co-animated a UX in Lux workshop on cognitive biases.
TL;DNR the one you should not miss
If like me you sometimes have a text color that lacks contrast with the background and are looking for an alternative, this tips are still relevant to how I work today: Tips to Create an Accessible and Contrasted Color Palette
Adobe Illustrator Global Swatches. 1. I live those 2. I wish Sketch and Photoshop had them.
YouP goes progressive with new mobile web apps for Android and iOS
The Amazing Myriam Jessier wrote a little something to help you write for the web: The Right Way to Write : Focus on Readability
Reminder: “I don’t know”, I don’t know yet but give me a week to figure this out is one of the most confident and honest thing you can tell in a meeting.
It’s time to call that feeling of exhaustion that comes from being the only person of a particular identity in an environment what it is: “representation burnout.” It impacts a host of people who find themselves to be the “only one”: Why We Need to Talk About—and Recognize—Representation Burnout
News in the industry
W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins
Cache-Control for Civilians – CSS Wizardry, oooh yeah
“Jumps: The New Steps() in Web Animation” I didn’t Know about that one, really useful if you want to skip a beginning or ending state in a CSS animation
Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy
The people at Icon 8 created a tool to create your own stock photos What I love about them is that they also understood that this is going to be used as a memes generator and are totally cool with that. I mean, cats, YES PLEASE
“Accessible Brand Colors“, another cool tool to check the contrast of your brand colors
A fun little game to help you understand CSS selectors: “CSS selectors cheatsheet“
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