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.
“People are experts at being users so you want to spend the little time you have with your users observing them, ask 1 satisfaction question, not 10 of them because that’s not really what’s important” Jakob Nielsen on how useful the SUS is
Sometimes, as designer, we take the easy road & decide to “just disable a button until something is completed”. Sandrina Pereira reminds us this might cause accessibility issues and offers some technical solutions and alternatives: Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive
May 20 was the Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Maybe, it could be a good week to start talking about accessibility in your company, about the accessibility of your products and services? Then keep the conversation going for the rest of the year!
Ha, @chriscoyier brought back the “Is CSS a Programming Language?” topic and I really like his conclusion, it’s all about respecting people and paying people equally!
Inspiration, fun experiments and great ideas
“Learning to see: Gloomy Sunday“, an awesome project by @memotv where everyday objects get turned into beautiful art via artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, generative adversarial networks.
100 CSS loaders for your next project, I really like the geometric shapes ones here
This is my kind of jam, a webpage builder made by @xhfloz that works with drag and dropping elements in the browser with a huge potential for fun animated GIF, neon glowing elements and general chaos ^^