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: centering in CSS, evolution of Google’s sign up form, SVG and CSS animation tips, CSS perspective, the story of macOS System Preferences, line breaks with inline CSS, CSS accessible checkboxes, figma wireframing library, designing with reduced motion, designin with Paint, a podcast on the need for UX specialists, a parody of branding, an accessible comic, etc.
#Now – what I’m up to
This week I spoke at my first “Russian” conference and shared on twitter my “cheap” lightening setup for remote online conference talks and workshops. You can see a picture here and I added the links to each element here (maybe I’ll turne this into a short article when I get time).
“Why I’m Switching from Figma to Microsoft Paint” brilliant fun article by @tooaverage It’s quite interesting that design tools didn’t change “that” much in 25 years. Also, I’m a total paint fangirl so I’m biased but paint wins in my heart
“The tangled webs we weave” an interesting reflection on modern web development, how complex our stack became, how supposed 3 technologies exploded into 20 different inter dependent ones
Inspiration, fun experiments and great ideas
“Totally Mundane™” a set of resources and guidebooks to make sure that your brand or product never stands out and you never take risks. The speaker invite made me cringe ^^ Basically good examples of what you don’t want to do
“How CSS Perspective Works” great article to help you understand in details how those CSS properties work. Nevertheless I don’t think I have seen yet a “good” example of CSS perspective on a website that is not overkill eyecandy, have you?