Pixels of the Week – May 26, 2019

Stéphanie Walter

Senior UX Designer - Mobile Expert

Senior UX Designer. Mobile Expert. Public speaker. Blog writer. Google Dev Expert Product Design (GDE)

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Every week I share a list of curated articles, resources and tools about UX, UI and mobile design, HTML, CSS, the web industry, process inspiration and more…

This week’s selection: a podcast episode on accessibility and design, accessible SVG buttons, usability of Tesla’s touchscreens, designing mass market products, understanding Kano Model, help to switch from Sketch to Figma, voice assistants responding to harassement, some CSS tricks, SVG and CSS guide, an animations handbook, HTML input mode, food and climat change questions, a nice micro blogging platform, design naming convention, and beautiful poster and concept art inspiration

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What I was up to this week

#Accessibility

I participated in a podcast interview about accessibility: for me, it’s also part of the designer’s job to make sure products and services are accessible. Part 1 is online (part 2 will be next week), have fun 🙂

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#CSS

CSS can do that? Some cool and useful things CSS can do you maybe didn’t know about

Interesting article

#UX #TouchScreens #Cars

#Design

#HTML

#Voice Assistant

An interesting infographie on how voice assistants, which are made to sound female by default, respond to sexual harassment

#Ecommerce #Cognitive Biases

Fight your cognitive biases, aka think before you buy or as Shopify phrases it: 13 Cognitive Biases in Ecommerce (and How to Use Them to Sell More)

#Hobbies #Productivity

The Modern Trap of Turning Hobbies Into Hustles, also known as the “Hooo you should sell that on Etsy” syndrom. had a lot of people asking me to sell my foxy stickers on Etsy as well, nope, I prefer to offer them 🙂

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas

#Food #Climat

An interesting interactive article: “Your Questions About Food and Climate Change, Answered – How to shop, cook and eat in a warming world.”

#Posters #Data

50 States Race for Utopia, an interesting open source collection of posters on the the race for new technologies and inventions to boost economy of each of the US state

#Concept art

Hello, good morning here is a Daniel Liang’s concept artist portfolio for your inspiration

Tutorials

#SVG #Accessibility

Accessible Icon Buttons, an interesting tutorial on building accessible SVG buttons

#CSS

Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy

#SVG #CSS

A useful guide of SVG Properties and CSS

#Animations

Animation Handbook, Learn how you can use animation to demonstrate abstract concepts, make products feel more life-like, and instill more emotion into digital experiences

#Blog

blot.im a micro blogging platform that turns your files and folders into a blog, sounds like a small easy solution if you want to quickly publish something. (supports markdown, HTML, JS, CSS, etc.)

#CSS

TIL (Today I learned) some tips and tricks about CSS, code editors and more.

Are you looking for a UX or UI designer, for a site or mobile application? Do you want me to give a talk at your conference, or simply want to know more about me? You can take a look at my portfolio and contact me.

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